It seems that mass-production of Volkswagen's MEB-based electric cars is already being delayed by at least a few months.
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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.
Fifty new all-electric cars by 2025, and every car sold in the VW Group will be either electric or offered in an electric form by 2030.
Volkswagen is keen to tell you how its MEB platform will bring affordable and practical electric vehicles to market in massive numbers.
While the Volkswagen I.D. hatchback will be produced in Germany from late 2019 and not offered in U.S. at all, the I.D. CROZZ and BUZZ to be "Americanised"
The team focused on the I.D. BUZZ by test driving the concept on closed streets in Santa Monica,
Former Tesla program manager for the Model S and Model X - Matthew (Matt) Renna - joins Volkswagen of America to help introduce Modular Electrification Toolkit...
New electric cars from Volkswagen (the I.D. family) will bring all-new design language based on the simplicity and plain, clean lines of Apple.
Volkswagen intends to invest in electrification about €6 billion ($7.1 billion) in five years, introducing its all-new MEB platform and I.D. lineup.
Volkswagen promises to price its electric vehicles (Crozz) competitively to assure success. However, you might be surprised how pricing will be determined.
Volkswagen recently debuted the I.D. Crozz II in Germany, a model that mimic the production EV in 2020, now check out the full review on the 300 mile EV
Volkswagen re-energizes its push towards electrification in 2020 by debuting the I.D. Crozz II concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Volkswagen released a few more video teasers with the upcoming second version of I.D. Crozz electric car ahead of its debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
It handles like a Volkswagen Golf GTI, yet it's a crossover and yes it's all-electric. Meet the Volkswagen Crozz I.D. long-range electric CUV.