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VW will fund dealers to wage local marketing campaigns for EVs

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Dealerships are often the weakest link in the EV marketing pipeline. An automaker can run flashy, expensive ads about EVs at the national level – but when consumers respond with a visit to a dealership, they too often get turned off by disinterested or ill-informed sales folks. Volkswagen is taking steps not only to avoid this problem but to fund EV dynamic marketing at the local level.



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News of VW ID Crozz GTX performance version raises questions about the model’s specs

ID Crozz

It’s been widely reported that the Volkswagen ID Crozz, the company’s first purpose-built EV sold in the US, will be an all-wheel-drive electric crossover. The specs, based on the concept version unveiled in China in 2017, are 302 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. Meanwhile, Autocar reported today that a GTX version of the ID Crozz will be a special, high-performance, all-wheel-drive version. So maybe everybody has been guessing about all these specs.



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Volkswagen ID Crozz to make US debut at New York Auto Show in April

Volkswagen ID Crozz

Volkswagen has monumental plans for EVs across the globe. But Americans have yet to get an in-person glimpse of the production version of the ID Crozz, the company’s first major EV for the US.

That will change in April when the ID Crozz (aka ID4) is unveiled at the 2020 New York Auto Show, just months before the model goes on sale.



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VW unveils new crossover all-electric ID Concept: ~300 miles of range and 150 kW charging

After Audi unveiled its all-electric crossover this morning, another Volkswagen brand, VW, unveiled its own all-electric crossover concept.

The vehicle, called I.D. CROZZ, is the latest member of the series of I.D. concepts for VW’s next generation all-electric vehicles using the German automaker’s Modular Electric Drive Matrix (MEB).

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