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E.GO Life

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e.GO Life
E.GO Life.jpg
pre-production model of the e.GO Life (May 2017)
Manufacturere.GO Mobile AG
Productionexp. start in late 2018
Body and chassis
ClassElectric car
Body style2-door hatchback
Electric motor20-60 kW
TransmissionSingle gear
Batterylithium-ion battery
Electric range104–184 km (65–114 mi)
Wheelbase2,200 mm (87 in)
Length3,348 mm (131.8 in)
Width1,700 mm (67 in)
Height1,567 mm (61.7 in)
Curb weight880 kg (1,940 lb)

e.GO Life is an electrically driven microcar by e.GO Mobile AG from Aachen, Germany. It can be pre-ordered since 18 May 2017. The first vehicles are to be delivered end of 2018 [[1]]. The e.GO Life is offered in three performance levels. The list price of the base model with 20 kW is 15,900 euros (including battery,not including governmental benefits for electric vehicles), making it the cheapest 4-seater electric vehicle in Germany. [2]


CEO of e.GO Mobile AG is Günther Schuh, who was already involved in founding Streetscooter GmbH. The development of the e.GO vehicle models takes place on the campus of the RWTH university Aachen, where Schuh is Professor of Production Systematics. e.GO Life was originally planned as a light electric vehicle, later on being further developed into a passenger car of the vehicle class M1. The final design of the vehicle was presented at CEBIT fair in Hanover in March 2017.[3] In April 2017, it was announced that the production plant in the east of Aachen, on the former Philips site, is to emerge and construction work has begun. [4] On September 16, 2017, the company announced that there were 1,200 pre-orders and that e.GO Life should come onto the market from summer 2018 onwards after exchange with customers in three performance variants. [5]


e.GO Life is designed as a city/second car. The vehicle has a rear-wheel drive and is a 2 + 2-seater. The empty weight of e.GO Life 20 with battery is 880 kg.[6]


e.GO Life should initially have a 48-volt drive system from the automotive supplier Robert Bosch GmbH. Following the customer's wishes, however, a high-voltage system is now being planned[7] [8]. In addition to the electric motor and the traction battery also the control unit, the charger and the display is supplied by Bosch [9]. The after-sales service is to be taken over by the Bosch Car Service companies. [10]

The manufacturer's information as of 16 September 2017[11] or June 2018: [12]

e.GO Life 20 e.GO Life 40 e.GO Life 60
Construction period: planned from 2018
Engine type: Electric motor
Max. Power (electric motor): 20 kW (27 HP) 40 kW (54 HP) 60 kW (82 HP)
Acceleration, 0-50 km / h: 7,7 s 4,7 s 3,4 s
Acceleration, 0-100 km / h: 35,0 s 12,0 s 8,6 s
Top speed: 116 km/h 130 km/h 152 km/h
Electricity consumption per 100km
(combined according WLTP ):
9,9 kWh 10,9 kWh 11,1 kWh
Battery capacity: 14,9 kWh 17,9 kWh 23,9 kWh
Range (NEDC ) : 121 km 142 km 184 km
Range in real traffic: 104 km 124 km 158 km
Charging time AC 2,3 kW 100 % (Schuko)

Charging time AC 3,6 kW 100 % (Type 2)

Charging time DC up to 80 % (CCS)

6,0 h

3,1 h

7,5 h

3,6 h

9,8 h

4,6 h

Curb weight: 880 kg 900 kg 950 kg

External Links[edit]

e-GO Life on e-Go Mobile AG Website


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