WOLFSBURG, Germany - Volkswagen will up the electric vehicle ante at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show with the debut of two battery vehicles - e-Golf and e-up!VW says both zero-emissions cars offer "unlimited everyday practicality with an attractive equipment line-up."EV ASSAULTThe five-seater e-Golf is driven by a 85kW/270Nm electric motor, reaches 100km/h in 10.4 seconds and has an electronically limited speed limit of 140km/h.The four-seater e-up! produces 60kW/210Nm, completes the 100km/h sprint in 12.4 seconds and has a top speed of 130km/h. The e-up! can drive 160km on a single battery charge, while the e-Golf with its larger battery capacity has a range of 190km. The e-up! uses 11.7kWh per 100km while the e-Golf uses 12.7kWh. The e-motors, transmission and lithium-ion batteries of the e-up! and e-Golf are developed in-house at VW component plants in Germany.Charging stations (direct current) shorten the time needed to charge the battery of both cars to 80% capacity in about 30mins, claims the automaker.Standard features include auto climate control, radio-navigation system, windscreen heating and LEDs.The International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt takes place from September 10-22. Stay with Wheels24 for the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.