Volkswagen I.D. Buggy is a neat little green dune buggy for two (with an option for 2+2 seats). It's seem perfectly suited for sand driving along a sunny beach.
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The Volkswagen I.D. (Neo) electric hatchback was spotted during winter testing ahead of its expected unveiling in September. Check it out here.
Michael Jost, Head of Strategy at Volkswagen, said officially that in 2023, the automaker will offer a truly affordable EV for the masses. A compact crossover...
According to German paper Tagesspiegel, Volkswagen admits that the company is in talks with other manufacturers over opening its all-electric MEB platform.
According to the latest news, the introduction of the upcoming VW I.D. will be preceded by the launch of a new order system requiring deposits in a Tesla-like way.
Volkswagen announced an investment of $800 million in its Chattanooga, Tennessee plant to make it ready for all-electric car production by 2022.
The big, breakthrough year for electric cars will be 2020. The list of coming is EVs is incredible. We can't wait for Ford's electric SUV.
Volkswagen continues its battery-powered push with an announcement of a U.S. factory expansion to produce cars on its MEB platform.
The presentation of the camouflaged prototype of Volkswagen I.D. in South Africa was not accidental. The car was actually tested by media and here are those videos.
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.