VW is launching its all-electric dune buggy, the ID. BUGGY at the Geneva Motor Show today – the latest in a series of electric concepts based on its upcoming MEB platform. expand full story
VW Stories March 4
VW Stories February 28
In an interesting and honest comment about their effort to go electric, VW CEO Herbert Diess said that Tesla has an important advantage over legacy automakers when it comes to electric vehicles; they don’t have to worry about protecting their gas-powered car business. expand full story
VW Stories February 15
The Volkswagen group is doing a 180-degree turn from their emission cheating days to pushing for CO2 neutral production of electric cars.
In a new presentation, VW shows how the I.D., its first next-generation electric vehicle, will be “CO2 neutral throughout the entire life cycle if the customer consistently charges with green power.” expand full story
VW Stories January 31
Volkswagen is unveiling a lot of surprising electric concept vehicles to showcase their upcoming new MEB platform and now they have yet and another one: a new all-electric dune buggy. expand full story
VW Stories January 15
Today, Ford and Volkswagen announced that they partnered together in a “global alliance” and it includes a deal to explore partnering on electric vehicles. expand full story
VW Stories January 14
Volkswagen has confirmed today that it will be investing $800 million in its factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee to prepare the location for production of new electric cars using the MEB platform. expand full story
VW Stories December 14, 2018
VW is coming up with a highly anticipated Golf-size long-range all-electric hatchback that should cost less than $30,000 and be based on the MEB platform.
The vehicle has now been spotted testing in South Africa. expand full story
VW Stories December 10, 2018
VW plans to expand its already extensive I.D. electric concepts lineup next year with a luxury SUV and a ‘beach buggy’. expand full story
VW Stories November 12, 2018
Ever since the ‘Dieselgate’ scandal, Volkswagen has been making a lot of claims about electrification, but it hasn’t much to show for yet.
Now, CEO Herbert Diess makes one of the biggest electrification claims for the company yet: that they can produce 50 million electric cars and will have “much lower” prices than Tesla. expand full story
VW Stories November 8, 2018
After making the bold claim last week that the manufacturer will have ‘EVs as good as Tesla’s for half the price by 2020’, a new report from Bloomberg today shares that VW may introduce a subcompact EV to the I.D. Concept lineup with an affordable price point. However, this being a subcompact car gives further evidence that this won’t be a “Model 3 killer” like VW has hyped its lineup to offer…