Media reports re-confirmed the upcoming premiere of the Volkswagen I.D. Lounge Touareg-sized premium 7-seat SUV, envisioned for Chinese and North American market.
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Volkswagen seems set on being the world electric vehicle leader, announcing a huge increase in the number of expected models and production.
Seat unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show its new all-electric concept, the el-Born, which not only looks surprisingly stylish, but previews a production...
Volkswagen Group Components unveiled in Geneva a near-series design study of its flexible fast charging station, which will enter series production in 2020 in...
Volkswagen Group officially announced that is opening its Modular Electric Toolkit (MEB) platform for wide range of all-electric cars to other manufacturers.
Seat el-Born is the new all-electric concept based on VW's MEB-platform. The production version will hit the market in 2020 packing a 62-kWh battery.
According to German paper Tagesspiegel, Volkswagen admits that the company is in talks with other manufacturers over opening its all-electric MEB platform.
Volkswagen Group Components officially announced that the Mobile Charging Station with energy storage will enter series production from 2020 on.
Volkswagen announced an investment of $800 million in its Chattanooga, Tennessee plant to make it ready for all-electric car production by 2022.
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 Group CEO Herbert Diess and brand Board members met with more than 30 CEOs from suppliers at the MEB EV Supplier Event.
According to the latest news, Volkswagen plans to introduce the last generation of combustion engines in the year 2026. After that, it's electric only.
Volkswagen told us it wasn't adding a new surprise vehicle into their I.D. lineup, but rather a next-gen e-Up! Consider us slightly disappointed.
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.
Production secured for 50 million electric cars. Volkswagen intends to leapfrog Tesla in no time and will drive EVs into the mainstream.
Could Ford reduce investment costs and get back into electric cars quickly with help from Volkswagen? Don't rule out the possibility.
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.