Volkswagen Up 5-door hatchback
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Volkswagen Up Pricing*
Up 3 Door 5 Speed Manual $13,990*
Up 5 Door 5 Speed Manual $14,990*
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25th October, 2012
The Up is an all-new 3-cylinder city car from Volkswagen. It is available
in 3-door and 5-door body styles and priced from $13,990*.
The design criteria was to utilise maximum space with a minimal footprint. Volkswagen's tiny new car has come to the
market at a good time as the sub-light segment of the global car market is set for rapid growth.
The VW Up is built at the Volkswagen plant in Bratislava, Slovakia.
The Up’s dimensions are key to its city car status. At 3,540 mm in length, 1,641 mm in width and 1,476 mm in height,
the Up is one of the smallest four-seater cars available. Its overall length consists of short body overhangs and a
longish wheelbase (for a tiny car) of 2,420 mm.
Thanks to these dimensions the turning circle of the Up is a compact 9.8 metres.
Use of space inside the car is good with room for four adults. This is due to the wheelbase, which is one of the
longest in the segment, combined with an engine that is mounted well forward. The 251-litre boot is larger than is
typical in this class. When the rear seat is fully folded, cargo space increases to 951 litres.
Powering the Volkswagen Up is a small three-cylinder petrol-fuelled engine with an output of 55 kW. Combined fuel
consumption is a low 4.9 L/100 km on the combined cycle with CO2 emissions of 114 g/km.
The entirely new Up is also the first car in its class in the world to have a City Emergency Braking function, which
at speeds of between 5 km/h to 30 km/h detects the risk of an impending collision and can reduce accident severity by
initiating automatic brake interventions that can even avoid a crash. So far, the VW Up is the only vehicle in the
segment to offer this function.
Another entirely new feature appearing for the first time in a Volkswagen is the Maps + More system – a portable
touchscreen module. It contains a navigation system, hands-free telephone unit, display of factual information related to
the vehicle and a media player. In addition, it will now be possible to use apps to tailor Maps + More to a driver’s
highly individualised personal requirements profile. Maps + More is clicked into place above the centre console where it
interfaces with the electronics network of the Up. In the economically priced Up, a system was developed for organising
the areas of navigation, telephone, information and entertainment that is just as economical. The portable device was
also designed so that it could be brought up to the latest software levels via a simple update. In cooperation with
Navigon, a supplier of portable navigation systems, the special solution Maps + More was developed; it is tailored to the
VW Up and is considered affordable.
The Up design team was led by Volkswagen Group Head of Design, Walter de Silva, and Volkswagen Brand Design Chief,
Klaus Bischoff. In commenting on the concept for the Up’s design, Bischoff says: “The perfect lay out of a small
compact car is based on a box with a wheel at each corner. The Up is one of the very few which comes close to doing this.
It is not just the relationship between the wheelbase and the overhangs which is important, but also that of the
vehicle’s width and track. From any angle the wheels must be positioned as far to the outside of the vehicle as possible,
so as to make the compact body stable and reliable on the road. It is therefore the objective, without further design and
detailing, to lend a unique and solid appearance to the car. The shape must be right, even before important elements like
the front design or the side window graphics establish the character of the model.”
Integrated at the front end is the Volkswagen logo, the only chrome element at the front. The Up can make do without
large air cooling intakes due to its small petrol engine and the headlights are significantly smaller than those of other
Volkswagens, yet they are visually very prominent. In side profile, the significant flares of surfaces and alternation
of convex and concave forms define the car’s styling. A slight concave groove above the side sill makes an accent in the
continuous surface, but the side profile does not show any seams or edges except for the wheel housings and the look of
the side windows. The wheel housings are prominent and their lateral surfaces – the so-called wheel mirrors – are very
large, making the diameters of the small wheels (14”) appear even larger. The design of the windows gives the VW Up an
unmistakable look as well. A short angle in front provides a formal connection between the lower-lying window edge and
the bonnet. A long ascending line in the rear third of the vehicle matches that formed by the rear wheel and the
C-pillar. This interplay of lines reinforces the image of the C-pillar being supported by the rear wheel, a
characteristic which – in interaction with the long wheelbase and short overhangs – underscores the proportions of the
Up. Over the short, steeply-rising bonnet, there is another line that leads over the windscreen and roof to the rear.
There, the car’s silhouette first follows the side windows then finishes in a near vertical curve down to the bumper.
The Volkswagen Up has a large rear hatch, which extends right down to the bumper. This so-called hybrid hatch consists of
three basic layers. Its outer 'skin' consists of a transparent glass element. The hatch forms an integral unit with the
vertically oriented rear lights.
In detail, the hatch is constructed of a load-bearing framework upon which a second sheet-metal layer is laser welded
in place with the integrated trailing edge of the roof. The outer third layer of the hatch is the glass element that is
joined by adhesive. It extends down from the trailing edge of the roof over the entire hatch and incorporates the rear
window as well as the lower area of the lid. The border around the rear window and the lower section are coated in black
from the inside. Forming a contrast to the black are the chrome surfaces of the Volkswagen logo and the Up badge. The
hatch is opened by pressing a button in the handle beneath the Volkswagen logo. Although they look like a part of the
rear hatch, the large taillights of the VW Up are actually joined to the body. Their red surfaces are very distinctive,
especially in their interplay with the white C-shaped elements. The lower third of the rear section is dominated by the
bumper with its wide licence-plate panel and surrounding seam. The front and rear bumpers are painted in body colour.
Volkswagen Up 5-door
The look of the Up’s side profile is changed in a 5-door version. While the lower window line of the three-door rises
towards the rear near the C-pillars, it forms a straight line on the 5-door car. This gives the new body version a high
level of independence. The crisp and short body overhangs are also distinctive on the 5-door. The front and rear sections
are identical on both body versions. This also means that buyers of the 5-door version will get to enjoy a rear hatch
whose outer skin consists of a continuous glass surface; this gives the hatch the high-tech look.
Comfortable driving with four persons. The rear doors open wide and offer comfortable entry. The four-seat, 5-door car
offers the same good interior space as the three-door, and the amount of space is remarkable given the vehicle’s size.
Headroom in the rear is 947 mm, while it is 1,000 mm in front. Legroom in the second row is a comfortable 789 mm. The
seat height on the rear bench has a pleasant effect: the height of the so-called H-point – the vertex where the seat
surface and backrest meet – is 378 mm in the rear, which is higher than in front (306mm). This higher seat position gives
rear passengers a better view over the shoulders of the driver and front passenger.
Just as important: there is plenty of space under the front seats for the feet of the rear passengers.
With a Cd value of 0.32, the Volkswagen Up achieves a suitable aerodynamic performance for its class, and this results
in improved refinement thanks to reduced wind noise as well as lower fuel consumption.
At Volkswagen, the first steps in refining a car’s aerodynamics are made in a very early phase of the project using a
simulation process known as CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics). Because of its cost and time advantages, this process has
since replaced evaluation and optimisation with real 1:4 scale models. An important aspect of the CFD process is its
ability to represent very realistically the vehicle’s details digitally. Step by step, this method optimises a car’s
aerodynamics on the computer. Not until this process has been fully exploited are wind tunnel measurements conducted on a
real full-scale aerodynamic model at a suitably mature development level.
At this stage, the aerodynamic model is covered with an exterior skin of clay, enabling quick changes to be made to
the vehicle’s shape. In addition, the 1:1 model already has realistic shapes of engine compartment and underbody
structures and in turn, this enables quick optimisation of parts that are very important to aerodynamics such as the
front and rear spoilers and underbody panels. The designs of aerodynamically relevant add-on parts are then finalised
based on measurements from the first prototypes.
In establishing the Volkswagen Up’s aerodynamics, special attention was given to attaining a minimal front overhang.
With this goal in mind, the sides of the front section of the Up were shaped so that the air would flow around the wheel
housings with minimal turbulence. In attempting to reduce every possible gramme of CO2 emissions, the position and size
of the front spoiler was also optimised progressively; in the final design, another 1.1 g/km CO2 was saved which may seem
insignificant but all adds to the final figures. At the same time, the final front spoiler design reduces front and rear
aerodynamic lift coefficients of the VW Up resulting in even safer driving characteristics.
The design of the rear section also has a crucial effect on the car’s aerodynamic performance. Intensive fine tuning of
the aerodynamics of the Up has resulted in contours that both preserve styling targets and achieve defined flow
separation, including in the side panels at the rear. In the process, the rear spoiler contour was tuned to the design of
the lateral trailing edges. The sum of all of these measures yields the Cd value of 0.32 mentioned previously.
In order to design a car which is structurally safe and yet achieves a low overall weight, it is imperative to use the
most innovative manufacturing technologies. For this reason, the body materials of the Up consist of 8.1 per cent
“hot-formed” steel content, meaning the parts exhibit extreme toughness (including the floor and B-pillars); the car’s
body weight was reduced by 13 kg just due to the use of hot-formed steel.
Moreover, by consistently downsizing engine technology, using high-strength steel and relentlessly removing every
superfluous gramme, developers succeeded in reducing the weight of the Up.
In the area of the front side members, sills and side roof frame, so-called dual-phase steels are used which, together
with hot-formed steel panels, provide the basic structure for the occupant cell.
One only has to sit inside the Volkswagen Up for a short time to realise that use of space is good, and this is
because of its wheelbase together with a compact engine mounted well forward and a new running gear design. Although the
Up is a small car, for its driver and three passengers it is not so cramped. The newly developed modular seats offer good
driving comfort. The head restraints for the driver and front passenger are firmly attached to the seats, meaning that,
regardless of a person’s stature, they always fit properly.
The Volkswagen Up is practical, with numerous storage compartments and a high level of attention to detail in its
interior design. Along with a large storage bin in the centre console and the glovebox, there are storage surfaces and
bottle holders (up to 1.0 litre bottles) in the two doors and a cup holder in the rear. The glove compartment is equipped
with a holder for pens and pencils, a notepad and coins; there is also a compartment for glasses; and the coat hook was
integrated in the B-pillar in such a way that it is visible through the window from outside, and so it can be easily
There are three main elements to the instruments and user interfaces: the instrument cluster in front of the driver;
the switch module in the middle of the vehicle with radio-CD and air conditioning controls; and the detachable
Maps + More infotainment and navigation unit (optional).
The instrument cluster consists of analogue instruments and one digital display. In the centre of the instrument
cluster is the speedometer with the integrated digital multifunction display. The multifunction display shows a variety
of information such City Emergency Braking, outside temperature display, electronic odometer and trip meter.
Controls for the ventilation or air conditioning system, radio-CD system and hazard indicator lights are all located
in the central dashboard module between the driver and front passenger. The entire unit is located up high – so that it
is easy to see and use – and it is painted in gloss black. It’s interesting to note that every Up is fitted with its
‘own’ individual wiring harness with its electrical system pre-configured for the features fitted, thereby reducing the
cost and weight of installing unnecessary cables.
The interior of the Up is not only designed to be functional, stylish and simple, it is also intended to offer fun and
a level of quality.
Making its debut in the Up is a new generation 1.0-litre three-cylinder, 12-valve petrol engine. The new 1.0-litre
engine fulfils the Euro 5 emissions standard and is paired with a standard five-speed manual gearbox. Automatic
transmision is not available.
The 1.0-litre engine produces 55 kW at 6,200 rpm and 95 Nm of torque from 3,000 rpm to 4,300 rpm.
Fuel economy is frugal with a combined economy of 4.9 L/100 km and carbon dioxide emissions of 114 g/km.
The new petrol engine which powers the Up is made from aluminium and is as compact as it is lightweight, along with
being systematically designed to minimise internal friction. The two overhead camshafts are driven by toothed belts; the
intake camshaft is variable which further reduces emissions and fuel consumption and improves the power curve in the
lower rev range. The valves are activated by cam followers, again with very low friction. The engine’s dual-circuit
cooling system and integrated water-cooled exhaust manifold ensure short engine warm-up times, resulting in optimal
engine temperatures for quick starts. Each cylinder is equipped with a separate ignition coil.
The internal combustion engine in the Up has bore/stroke dimensions of 74.5 mm/76.4 mm. The compression ratio is
10.5:1, and engine control is performed by a Bosch Motronic unit. The three-cylinder engine of the VW Up also has an
aluminium crankcase that is die-cast in “open deck” construction. To reduce weight here , most of the mounting points for
ancillary components are located directly on the crankcase, eliminating the need for an otherwise usual ancillary drive
In laying out the crankshaft drive, engineers were able to reduce further moving mass compared to the company’s other
three-cylinder engines, thereby minimising friction in the system. The downward-guided connecting rods and the pistons
are weight optimised to such an extent that the balancer shafts that are otherwise usual in three-cylinder engines could
be eliminated – while maintaining the same comfort levels. Engine weight and drive friction – and therefore fuel
consumption – were further reduced by the small main and connecting rod bearings. Six crankshaft counterweights are used
to reduce internal forces and therefore the load on the main bearing. This also enhances the durability of the engine for
exceptionally long life.
The four valves per cylinder head is cast from an aluminium alloy. The valves suspended at the tops of the combustion
chambers are laid out at angles of 21 degrees (intake) and 22.4 degrees (exhaust), and as noted they are activated by cam
followers. The cylinder head has an integrated exhaust manifold, because, as mentioned previously, the engines reach
their optimal operating temperature faster with this technical layout. The engine coolant is heated faster during the
cold start phase, because the exhaust channels within the head merge at a central flange. In normal operation, on the
other hand, the exhaust gas stream is cooled more intensively, and the engines can be operated at an optimal fuel-to-air
ratio of =1. Once again, the benefits are reduced emission and fuel consumption values.
Other examples of damping and weight-optimisation include engineering sufficient installation space in the area of the
engine bulkhead for the usual, relatively expensive firewall insulation, but instead of the usual moulded part, a more
economical and very lightweight stamped part is used.
Good sound insulation of the interior is enabled by special tuning of structural damping as it interacts with other
acoustic elements. The Up development team also focused on systematic sealing of the body to minimise entry of
undesirable noises into the passenger compartment, and this also reduced the need for sound-absorbing materials.
The five-speed gearbox in the Up was specially tuned for the car’s three-cylinder petrol engine. The conventional
manual gearbox weighs just 26.7 kg including transmission fluid.
Electro-mechanical power steering
All versions of the Up are equipped with electro-mechanical power assisted steering which is able to vary the feel of
the steering wheel to suit the speed and driving situation: firm and direct when driving hard, effortless at parking
In the case of the Up, the parameters are the selected degree of active self-centring to the middle position and
steering comfort as well as a feeling of safety. The important self-centering characteristic, even over the slightest of
steering angles, and speed-dependent build-up of steering torque convey a sense of very high precision to the driver.
At the front, the Up is equipped with newly developed, ventilated 14-inch disc brakes. Compared to the brake discs of
this size used by the company to date, Volkswagen was able to reduce their weight (per vehicle) by 1.5kg, thus saving
additional fuel. The reduction in unsprung mass has a positive effect on driving comfort as well. At the rear, Volkswagen
is implementing a drum brake derived from that on the Polo, which fits the power range and weight of the Up. A nine-inch
brake servo unit optimises braking power. One innovative aspect of the system is that the power range of the brakes is
subdivided into two “maps”. In the comfort braking range, the focus is on good force metering ability. But if more
powerful braking is required, the second map is activated with a higher servo boost factor which significantly reduces
the pedal force required during hard braking.
The Up is equipped with ABS and Volkswagen’s ESP electronic stabilisation programme.
City Emergency Braking
A technical highlight on the Up – as well as a first in this market segment – is the City Emergency Braking which
comes as standard. Automatically active at speeds between 5 km/h to 30 km/h, it uses a laser sensor (integrated in the
upper area of the windscreen) to scan a space 10 metres in front of the Up and detect the risk of an imminent collision.
If such a collision with a moving or stationary object is imminent without any reaction by the driver, then the brake
system is pre-conditioned, and in a second stage the hydraulic brake assistant is switched to a more sensitive mode.
Depending on the situation, City Emergency Braking might then initiate, as a third stage, automatic hard braking to a
stop, or alternatively support the driver with full braking power if current braking force is insufficient.
Depending on the vehicle’s speed and the driving situation, City Emergency Braking can reduce accident severity by
automatic brake interventions – and possibly even avoid a crash. Nonetheless, the driver still assumes responsibility for
the braking process.
If it is deemed necessary, the driver can deactivate the intervention by City Emergency Braking at any time by
pressing the accelerator pedal or steering. In addition, City Emergency Braking can be shut off entirely by pressing a
button in the lower part of the centre console. In this case, a related symbol appears in the instrument cluster with the
word “OFF” for five seconds to indicate the deactivation; in addition, the indication appears whenever the relevant
vehicle speed range between 5 km/h to 30 km/h is reached.
If there is a fault with City Emergency Braking, the symbol flashes slowly and continually. When City Emergency
Braking is triggered, the symbol intermittently flashes briefly and at a quick interval.
The Up’s torsional rigidity and strong body structure, together with safety features including ABS, ESP, City
Emergency Braking and integrated head restraints ensure the VW Up is competitive in the light car class in respect to
In the event of a frontal collision, an Early Crash Sensor – integrated directly behind the front bumper –
pre-activates restraint systems in advance of the actual impact. What happens then is a case for high-speed cameras:
within just a few milliseconds, the belt tensioners tighten the fastened seat belts to involve the driver and front
passenger in the vehicle’s deceleration as early as possible. Belt force limiters reduce chest loads while front airbags
restrain movement of the upper body. The steering column makes an additional contribution towards safety, further
reducing the risk of injury to the driver. In case of a side impact, the standard head thorax airbags contribute to
protecting the head and upper body of the driver and front passenger.
With a view to future updates in child seat regulations, the Up is a safe place for children in the rear seating area
thanks to ISOFIX fixtures and top-tether fittings; this system securely fastens the child seats to the car. With older
children, the standard seatbelt status indicator in the multifunction display informs the driver whether rear passengers
are correctly strapped in, and there is an acoustic “fasten seatbelts” reminder for the front seats.
Euro NCAP test results
Under evaluation by Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Programme) the overall packages of occupant, child and
pedestrian protection and the safety assistance systems installed in the Up earned the new car a top five star rating. In
addition, the Up received Euro NCAP’s Advanced Award for the car’s innovative City Emergency Braking function.
In occupant protection, the Up attained top results in all seat positions and regardless of the sizes of the driver
and front passenger. Factored into the rating were results of frontal and side impact tests, a pole side impact test and
what is known as a whiplash test – which determines loads to the cervical spine of the neck. The Up also achieved
excellent child protection results with dummies representing 18 month and three-year old children.
The Volkswagen Up also attained impressive results in the area of safety equipment. Here, Euro NCAP rated the seatbelt
reminders for all seats and use of a vehicle dynamic control system (ESP) as especially positive.
• ABS anti-lock brakes with Brake Assist, EBD and City Emergency Brake function and ESP
• Driver and front passenger airbags, plus front side/head airbags
• Front integrated head restraints
• Warning buzzer and/or visual warning for front and rear seats if belt unfastened
• Height adjustable steering wheel
• Body coloured bumper bars, door handles and exterior mirrors
• Black pearl finish to dashboard panel
• Black gloss finish surrounding audio, air conditioning controls, air vents and headlight switch
• AM/FM security coded radio (RCD215) with MP3 compatible CD player
• Auxiliary input audio socket in dashboard
• Two rear seats with split/ folding backrest
• Shopping bag hooks
• Variable luggage compartment floor level
• Steel wheels 14x5” with full wheel trims and 165/70 R14 tyres
• Spare wheel, full size steel
• Daytime driving lights, remote central locking, power front windows, power/heated door mirrors, air conditioning,
A number of options are available for the Up which are largely grouped together in packages to simplify the purchase
• Maps + More Portable Infotainment Device (PID) – 5” touch screen colour display with four primary menu options –
Navigation, Media (media player and picture viewer via micro SD card slot), Telephone (Bluetooth® phone connectivity with
phone book display, text to speech and audio streaming) and Vehicle Information (Think Blue trainer, multi-function trip
computer and vehicle status displays)
• Panoramic glass sunroof with electrically slide and tilt adjustable integrated wind deflector and sunblind
• Comfort Drive package: Cruise control; Multi-Function Display (MFD) – outside temperature, trip time, trip length,
average speed, speed warning, average and current fuel consumption and distance till empty; Rear parking distance sensors
• Comfort Style package – Alloy Wheels (Waff le) 15x5.5” with 185/55 R15 tyres (4); anti-theft wheel bolts; Front fog
lights, mounted in lower bumper; Leather trimmed steering wheel, handbrake lever and gearshift knob; Leatherette seat
upholstery with white stitching; Heated front seats; Floor mats front and rear, carpet
Maps + More
Completely new for the Up and for any Volkswagen is Maps + More, a portable multi-functional infotainment system which
includes a navigation system, hands-free telephone unit, vehicle information displays and a media player. In addition,
apps can be used to tailor Maps + More to the driver’s individual requirements. Maps + More attaches to a sturdy bracket
above the centre console, which allows it to “talk to” the car’s electronics network.
Maps + More offers the most systematic form of integration of portable devices being launched on the market today. And
it is also available at a competitive price, which is why it was chosen for the Up. Designed in conjunction with Navigon,
it is not only simple and easy to use but also easy to update with a straightforward software upload.
Maps + More works in conjunction with the standard RCD 215 radio-CD system which enables playback of MP3 files, spoken
navigation instructions and telephone conversations to output via the radio system and the car’s loudspeakers. The
customer then has a complete radio-navigation system with voice control, CD/MP3 player, micro-SD card interface (32 GB)
for playing back music and images, hands-free telephone unit, multifunctional trip computer with fuel-saving trainer and
other applications with a wide range of functions.
The system’s basic functions are organised into four main menus – Vehicle, Navigation, Media and Telephone – each of
which is activated from the five-inch colour touchscreen.
This menu is used to display information on the Up and apps including:
• Information from the trip computer (driving range, fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, vehicle speed,
driving time and distance) with digitally generated analogue gauges for the tachometer, engine temperature and outside
• Door monitoring (a visual representation of open doors)
• The “ThinkBlue. Trainer”
This trainer is designed to help save fuel and makes it easier for the driver to achieve an eco-friendly and
anticipatory style of driving. It monitors and analyses the use of the accelerator pedal, brakes and gear shifting, and
it gives tips to drivers on how they might modify their style of driving to reduce fuel consumption. In the start menu of
the “Think Blue. Trainer”, the three functions “Driving”, “Fuel consumption” and “Shifting” are displayed as circular
symbols. These three symbols let the driver know, very quickly, just how eco-friendly the trip is. The “Driving” symbol,
for example, with its integrated silhouette of the Up inside a circle, indicates by the size of the circle how
fuel-efficient the driving style has been – the larger the circle, the less fuel efficient the driving style over the
driven time period.
The “Fuel consumption” symbol shows the average fuel consumption value since the beginning of the current trip. When
the driver touches one of the three symbols on the screen, the related sub-menu is opened which shows further specific
Under the “Driving” menu, tips on driving behaviour are shown; this information can be used straight away to drive in
a more eco-friendly way. The sub-menu under “Shifting” provides detailed information on the ideal shift point and how
well shift recommendations were implemented over recent minutes. When the “Fuel consumption” sub-menu is called, a
graphic display shows fuel consumption values over the past 30 minutes.
The main function of this menu is a classic navigation system with voice control. But Maps + More also incorporates a
number of additional functions:
• When the Up is parked, the “My vehicle’” system automatically records the position of the car, so when returning to
the vehicle, Maps + More operates as a mobile navigation system to guide the owner back to the parking location. This is
particularly helpful in unfamiliar cities.
• The system can locate car parks and around two million points of interest.
• The system can also accept about 500 navigation destinations as personal favourites and show map details in 3D.
• Those using the Up as a business car will also benefit from the “Trip log” function.
• Those who wish to can display their own motifs as a Maps + More screensaver; in this case, the screen also shows
the date, time and outside temperature.
The combination of Maps + More and the RCD 215 offers a number of options for playing music over the loudspeakers of
the Up: the radio, a micro-SD card reader (for cards up to 32 GB) or the CD/MP3 player of the RCD 215. Photos can also be
displayed from an SD card. Those using an iPod or iPhone can also play back music through the system via Bluetooth.
Additional functions include:
• In addition to the station name, Maps + More can display the station’s logo (the latest station listing can be
downloaded at any time via Navigon Fresh).
• Just as on many MP3 players, it is also possible to display the album cover of the song currently being played from
the SD card.
• Photos can be presented as a slideshow via Maps + More.
• Both radio and sound settings can be adjusted quickly and intuitively from the touchscreen under the “Media” menu.
When used with suitable Bluetooth enabled telephones, Maps + More offers a range of functions equivalent to those of a
handsfree unit. After interfacing with the telephone, the touchscreen displays a keyboard, the entire contacts book of
the interfaced device and a directory of recent calls. The telephone can also be operated by voice control along with the
ability to have two phones paired at the same time.
Volkswagen Up Pricing*
Up 3 Door 5 Speed Manual $13,990*
Up 5 Door 5 Speed Manual $14,990*
Metallic/Pearl Effect Paint $500
Maps + More Portable Infotainment Device (PID) $500
Panoramic electric glass sunroof $1,400
Comfort drive package $600
Comfort style package $2,500
NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the numerous statutory charges
(commonly known as on-road costs). Additionally, please note that all prices, fees and charges are subject to change
without notice, as are the specifications. E&OE.