Car review: Volkswagen's battery-powered e-Golf is light, fun and efficient

Going by how this exhaust-free Golf performs, Wolfburg's family of electric ID models should be very interesting indeed.
Going by how this exhaust-free Golf performs, Wolfburg's family of electric ID models should be very interesting indeed.ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG

SINGAPORE - How do you make one of the world's most popular cars better?

That cannot be easy, but Volkswagen has managed to do it again and again with the Golf. Despite a spate of transmission-related issues on the sixth-generation car, the hatch remains lovable and has won so many awards no one is keeping count anymore.

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