QuantumScape, the US company that is working with Volkswagen to develop solid-state batteries for automotive applications, will be getting a lot more money from VW soon.
VW announced that it's tripling its investment in the company, which is looking to make batteries that are more energy-dense...
Initial reviews coming from Europe have been measured, but overall positive. The reviews signal that, although there are some issues with the quality of the materials in the cabin and there have been a few bumps on the road to production, the MEB chassis is a solid foundation for a new...
People who signed up to order the ID.3 1st edition will have the option to receive their ID.3s in September or, alternatively, a few months later.
When owners decide to get their ID.3s will depend on whether or not they all the features available to it from the day they get the keys, reports VW...
Traditional VWs like the Golf and the Passat, probably can't coexist in the long term, says Volkswagen's head of sales and marketing, Jurgen Stackmann.
The VW exec says that as electric vehicles take over from internal combustion cars, the new crop of IDs will push the old guard out, like the...
The ID.3 will go on sale in the United Kingdom starting in July, according to Autocar. Deliveries will also start this summer. It will be a month later than other countries because of the time it'll to get enough right hand drive models.
The Volkswagen ID 3 will go on sale in the UK in July...
Volkswagen has released a step by step guide for how to make your own VR headset so you watch VR videos of the ID.3 being assembled!
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
VR headset cardboard template
Shoe box or pizza box
Syringe or plastic straw
Jürgen Stackmann, Member of the Board of Management Volkswagen Brand for Sales, Marketing & After Sales has an ID.3 sitting in his garage.
He tweeted photos of his car yesterday. I'm not always a fan of grey but this shade is pretty nice on the ID.3.
According to a report from Suddeutsche Zeitung things continue to be rough for Volkswagen with the ID.3.
It's apparently reached the point where things seems desperate. VW is apparently looking to solve its software woes for the ID.3 by forming a partnership with Daimler and BMW.
Volkswagen released some interesting information that shows how much the cost of owning an ID.3 compares to owning an ICE car.
Their conclusion is that the total cost of ownership (TCO) of BEVs will be lower than ICE, which is to be expected.
Here's how VW breaks it down.