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According to thisismoney.co.uk the UK’s first allocation of 1,500 ID.3s will start coming next month.

They're reporting that the Alan Day Group, which was given just 35 of the first UK ID.3 deliveries, will deliver its cars to customers around March 28th or 29th.

Has anyone else heard about this?

Alan Day Group, which was given just 35 of the UK '1st edition' ID.3 deliveries, said its allocation was bought up within an hour of being made available online in May last year.

Buyers have to pre-book one of these early models - of which 30,000 are available across Europe - with a deposit of £750 to secure their build slot.

These cars will be available for the first set of customers to spec at the end of March - around the 28 or 29, This is Money has been told - as Volkswagen's ramps-up efforts to sell plug-in models to repair the damage to its reputation as a result of the diesel emissions cheating scandal.

These vehicles are then due to be the first cars to arrive in the summer.
 

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I heard that VW is denying this and that deliveries for the ID.3 are still planned for "late summer"

Alan Day Group, a network of three UK dealerships, said that the first 35 all-electric Volkswagen ID3 cars will arrive around March 28 or 29. That’s according to ThisIsMoney.com, a financial website. However, Volkswagen confirmed with Electrek that the schedule for the first deliveries remains summer 2020.

The false reports had contradicted news that deliveries are still months away. A UK-based VW spokesperson told us on Feb. 17 that the “This Is Money” article was incorrect. The spokesperson said:
“ID3 first-edition deliveries in the UK are still on track, as originally planned, for late summer.”
 
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