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Volkswagen is expected to unveil the I.D. Lounge at the Shanghai Auto Show in April 2019. It's U.S.-bound and should boast range of over 300 miles.
Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess and brand Board members met with more than 30 CEOs from suppliers at the MEB EV Supplier Event.
Volkswagen says that EVs are the future of cars and that it intends to introduce an entire family of I.D. models based on the MEB platform.
At this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, VW will present the latest version of the I.D. BUZZ concept model, the I.D. BUZZ CARGO in all-new livery.
Production secured for 50 million electric cars. Volkswagen intends to leapfrog Tesla in no time and will drive EVs into the mainstream.
Volkswagen announced that two more plants in Germany will be designated to produce electric cars based on the new MEB platform.
Looks like Volkswagen is shooting for the mass market with a super affordable all-electric crossover.
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.
According to the latest news, there are three battery/powertrain versions. The base will use a 48 kWh battery, while the top spec will get 373 miles of range.
Volkswagen produces cars in the U.S. in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which could be expanded to handle I.D. electric cars.
Fitted with the biggest 111-kWh battery, this electric cargo van from VW can go some 342 miles on a single charge.