Welcome to Passie voor Auto’s, my name is Yannick and today we’ve got the Volkswagen Golf GTE with us! Family of the Golf GTD and the GTI. As you can see here, the GTE is known for his blue accents by the break calipers, the badge and throughout the whole car. These are the engines that make this car possible. A petrol engine, a 1.4 TSI.And an electric engine. Together they will deliver 204 bhp and a top speed of 220 km/h. The range of the electric engine only is 50 km. And the range of the electric engine with the petrol engine is about 938 km. You have two settings the GTE mode and the E-mode. With the E-mode you will drive on electricity only. If you want to charge the GTE you will need to press on the left side of the VW logo If you opened the VW logo, you will need to grab the fat end of your charging cable and put it in the GTE.Then you grab the small end of the charging cable and put it in the charging point. The thing that you will need to keep in mind is that when you put the charging cable in the GTE, you can’t get it out instantly. You will need to turn off and lock the GTE for about 30 seconds before you could eject the charging cable. The thing that I like about the GTE is that the touchscreen works smoothly. The media interface is delivered with all sorts of different options. You could install a VW app to connect your car with your phone. As you can see, by the gear lever, you have 2 modes. GTE and E-mode With the GTE mode, you have the petrol engine working together with the electric engine. On the moment the petrol engine comes short, the electric engine will fill in. And with E-mode the car will drive on electricity only. Thanks to Zijm Arnhem to give us this opportunity. You can find Zijm in the description box below! .