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VW has released a series of videos about some of the more interesting features of the ID.3 electric car, including an insane heads-up display. expand full story

VW Stories March 31

Volkswagen claims to have received 20,000 e-up! electric car orders in Germany over the past 3 months – rivaling the demand for its gas-powered version. expand full story

VW Stories March 27

Rumors continue to swirl about Volkswagen facing major software problems with its ID.3 electric car. Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper yesterday cited internal sources declaring the situation as an “absolute disaster.” But Volkswagen tells us that the launch schedule for Europe is “fixed” for this summer. And the first units rolling off the production line will be “handed over to Volkswagen plant staff for far-reaching quality assurance.”

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VW Stories March 17

Volkswagen has been stockpiling VW ID.3, its new electric car, inventory as thousands of electric cars have been spotted in parking lots in Germany. expand full story

VW Stories March 13

VW is preparing to launch the ID.3, its first new electric car based on its MEB platform, and it says it plans to deliver 30,000 ID.3 cars “almost at once” and it claims that it will be cheaper than a gasoline car. expand full story

VW Stories March 3

VW has released more details on its next electric car, ID.4, which is going to be its first global next-gen electric vehicle with 300 miles of range. expand full story

VW Stories January 24

VW has started deploying its new electric car charging stations with giant integrated batteries to help manage the power demand of the stations and keep them online in case of a power outage. expand full story

VW Stories December 13, 2019

VW disappointed many when they announced that their new next-gen electric car, the ID.3, will only be available in Europe. Now the CEO of VW US Scott Keogh explains why the electric car is not coming to the US. expand full story

VW Stories November 29, 2019

Scott Keogh, CEO of VW of America, said this month that the ID CROZZ will sell in the low- to mid-$30,000 range after a $7,500 federal tax credit. That suggests a pre-incentive sticker price of around $40,000 for the brand’s first high-volume, ground-up EV sold in the US. Keogh, who spoke with Automotive News at the LA Auto Show, also gave hits about sales volume.

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VW Stories November 12, 2019

Volkswagen breaks ground Wednesday on its Tennessee plant that will produce two battery-powered cars, according to Reuters. Plans for the $800 million investment in the Chattanooga plant were first announced in January. The ground-breaking shows that Volkswagen is intent on achieving its goal of producing 50 million electric cars in the next several years.

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