Volkswagen wanted and worked hard to obtain the goal of making the e-Golf virtually indistinguishable from its explosion motivated kin...
...the electric Golf works hard at looking like the other members of its extensive family. Cosmetic distinctions are fairly subtle, limited to LED headlamps and running lights, modest badging, special 16-inch wheels, a revised front-grille shutter, a unique rear spoiler, and C-pillar air vanes.
In addition to having it look like a garden-variety Golf, the development team wanted the e-Golf to drive like one, and in general they’ve been successful. In Normal mode, the e-Golf has the dynamic persona of its internal-combustion siblings, with a firm suspension, limited body motions, better-than-average transient response, and moderately brisk acceleration.