Volkswagen e-Co-Motion Concept is the Delivery Van for the Future

Volkswagen has unveiled the e-Co-Motion concept at the Geneva Motor Show. Currently purely a concept, the e-Co-Motion city delivery van is powered by a 114bhp electric motor at the rear axle.

With the 40kWh battery, the range is up to 124 miles from a full charge. Even though the e-Co-Motion is designed for city deliveries it has a top speed of 75mph, making it also suitable for longer drives on highways.

The concept features storage options for tools, documents and freight goods, as well as drink holders and 12 V and 230 V accessory outlets. There is also a modular and movable centre console with computer.

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