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VW Stories June 24

VW has delivered the first 150 ID.3 electric cars to employees in order to perform some stress testing ahead of customer deliveries. expand full story

VW Stories May 18

In February, we started getting more hints that Volkswagen plans to build and sell a lineup “ID.R” electric performance cars. Now, Volkswagen executives have confirmed that it’s in the works.

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VW Stories May 14

Tesla has “galleries.” Polestar has “spaces” and Byton will set up “places.” An automaker can’t sell an EV apparently unless it has a hip, boutique retail environment to show it off. The latest is Volkswagen, which opened its first “ID store” in Dresden today.

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VW Stories May 6

The VW ID.4, an electric crossover based on the MEB platform, is already in production, and it appears to be similar in size to the Tesla Model Y, according to a sighting in the factory. expand full story

VW Stories April 27

Volkswagen CEO Hebert Diess has admitted that Tesla has a significant lead when it comes to software and its use in its self-driving program, according to leaked internal communications. expand full story

VW Stories April 20

Ford is working on an electric vehicle based on VW’s MEB platform, and now we might have an idea of what it looks like, thanks to a new German report. expand full story

VW Stories April 15

VW CEO Hebert Diess gave an update on the development of the ID.3 electric car, which went on a 1,200 km road trip, as the automaker aims to keep their launch timeline. expand full story

VW Stories April 3

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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