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Despite being late to the electric car market, Volkswagen has ambitious plans to lead the zero-emissions sales charts by 2018, allocating a significant portion of its £6 billion annual research and development budget towards the production of hybrids and full EVs. The Volkswagen e-up!, the initial phase of this plan, demonstrates this commitment. It maintains the driving dynamics of the standard car while providing an 81 bhp electric motor with instant torque, resulting in a faster acceleration to 62 mph. Furthermore, with a full-charge range of 99 miles, the e-up! is ideal for city dwellers.