Volkswagen announced that two more plants in Germany will be designated to produce electric cars based on the new MEB platform.
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The automaker aims to make electric vehicles for millions, not millionaires with its next-generation EVs.
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.
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.
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.
In the second quarter of 2019, Volkswagen intends to start its “We Share” all-electric car sharing service in Berlin with 2,000 e-Golf and e-Up!
Volkswagen announced “zero-emission” car sharing services with only all-electric models on the the WE/We customer platform.
The company had to drop the cameras for rearview mirrors and electric door handles from the concept, though. The production version of the Volkswagen...
The German automaker is proud to announce it will livestream the official premiere this weekend. The livestream is scheduled for this Sunday, April 22, at 3:00...
Volkswagen is expected to begin assembly of the first pre-production I.D. prototypes, based on the new MEB platform, in April.
The Vizzion packs a 111 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack that powers an all-wheel-drive system with a pair of electric motors for a total output of 302...
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.
The Volkswagen I.D. is going to enter production in November 2019 in Zwickau in Germany with deliveries ramping up in 2020. Up to 600 km of range is expected.
Volkswagen is registering new trademarks I.D. Cruiser and I.D. Freeler that could be new electric car models of the I.D. family.
Volkswagen is already well underway with plans to revamp its dealer business model to assure profitability in the age of electric cars.
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.
In 2020, more than 100,000 Volkswagen vehicles will be built on the MEB platform
VW has announced a €22.8 billion investment package in the future viability of its plants throughout the world, with one going all-electric!
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.