The model range for top speed varies. Some can go 309 km/h, while others can reach 325 km/h.
My epc light came on because of battery failure. My battery was acting funny and barely starting the car. I went to autozone and had them check my battery which ended up having a bad cell. I replaced the battery and the car easily started up. After the car started the light never came back on.
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Answer 1I'm not familiar with a VW as new as yours, but from the starting fluid comment in your question, it sounds like there is something preventing fuel from getting to the engine. If the engine runs, or tries to run until the "shot" of starting fluid is consumed, then that suggests everything EXCEPT the fuel delivery system is functioning.
The cause could be a clogged/blocked fuel filter[s], a blocked or pinched fuel line, a non-working fuel pump, a carburetor float valve "stuck" in the closed position [highly unlikely], or a blocked fuel passage in the carburetor. There may be some other causes I've overlooked.
I suggest you check the entire fuel delivery system.
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem