Volkswagen seems set on being the world electric vehicle leader, announcing a huge increase in the number of expected models and production.
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Volkswagen plans to launch in China 30 New Energy Vehicle models by the end of 2020. About half of them will be produced in China.
Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess and brand Board members met with more than 30 CEOs from suppliers at the MEB EV Supplier Event.
According to Bloomberg, Porsche is working on a plan to improve overall efficiency of the company to compensate the lower profitability of new electric models.
The rumors about the VW and Ford electric car partnership are still alive as Volkswagen's CEO "identified other potential cooperation" outside of just commercial...
Volkswagen Group is gearing up to mass production of electric cars, thus a magnitude of strategical changes are needed. We lay them all out here.
Volkswagen announced that two more plants in Germany will be designated to produce electric cars based on the new MEB platform.
Could Ford reduce investment costs and get back into electric cars quickly with help from Volkswagen? Don't rule out the possibility.
The partnership between Volkswagen AG and SAIC Motor Corp is progressing as SAIC Volkswagen begins construction of a $2.5 billion plant for New Energy Vehicles.
It seems that mass-production of Volkswagen's MEB-based electric cars is already being delayed by at least a few months.
Volkswagen targets production of 1,000,000 all-electric cars built on the MEB platform, by 2025. And 10 million just a little later on.
Volkswagen Group in its Roadmap E plan intends to introduce 40 New Energy Vehicles in the next 7-8 year in China, achieving annual production of 1.5 million by 2025.
Volkswagen is serious about potential plans for a pure-electric rear-wheel drive Beetle. It may be one of 15 VW Group vehicles built on the MEB platform.
Audi is aggressively pushing to move its E-Tron Quattro Electric SUV to market before the Jaguar I-PACE to claim the title of first premium electric SUV.
Despite Tesla's timeliness of the Model 3, and still no other pure electric automakers emerging, or comparable offerings, legacy auto execs aren't scared.
Legacy automakers are no match for Tesla in future EV market share or the EV battery market according to Berenberg Bank analyst Alexander Haissl of Hamburg.
Porsche is singing a new tune related to its move toward electrification, with plans to electrify more than half its lineup in the next five years or so.
The Germany-based Center of Automotive Management, in cooperation with PricewaterhouseCoopers, named the Volkswagen Group the world’s most innovative...