The Volkswagen ID.Aero is Up Next

June 30th, 2022 by
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The Volkswagen ID family is a powerhouse on the verge of expansion. However, when it comes to body, the ID family always delivers like the voluptuous ID.4 compact and the resurrection of the funky retro minivan, the ID.Buzz. Now, Volkswagen looks to take over another segment the automaker already dominates with the ID.Aero mid-size sedan….

Volkswagen’s North American Battery Lab Opens in Chattanooga

June 13th, 2022 by
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Volkswagen revealed its new Battery Engineering Lab (BEL) in Chattanooga, TN. The flagship battery facility is 32,000 sq ft., costing the German automaker $22 million. Additionally, the BEL will give VW a competitive advantage over other automakers transitioning to electric mobility.  The German automaker invested $800 million in the Chattanooga factories’ electrification. However, opening the…

The Volkswagen ID.3 is Looking Forward to 2023

May 13th, 2022 by
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  Not too long ago, Volkswagen implied it wanted to release an electric variation of the Golf R. The subtle implication of an electric Golf R came from unveiling the ID.X. The VW ID.X is a conceptual hot hatch that doesn’t have a combustible engine. Fast forward a couple of months, and our favorite automakers…

Volkswagen Looking to Create an EV Pickup Adventure?

April 29th, 2022 by
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Volkswagen Group of America CEO Scott Keogh sat down with Business Insider, and when interviewed, Keogh stated an electric pickup would be “the chance of a lifetime.”  Pickup truck drivers are faithful to exceptional brands that harbor particular preferences. However, the Volkswagen CEO views electrified vehicles as a “reset moment.” Additionally, Keogh expressed that the…

Volkswagen Releases the New ID Software 3.0

March 31st, 2022 by
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    In November of 2019, Volkswagen was one of the first automakers to undertake the journey towards a sustainable future with the ID.3. Initially, the Volkswagen ID.3 contained a mountain of software bugs. As a result, Volkswagen enthusiasts claimed the EV software lagged, was sluggish, and appeared as the last priority for the German…

Volkswagen will Electrify South by Southwest with the Premiere of the ID.Buzz

February 18th, 2022 by

“The VW Microbus has been emblematic of cultural ideals that have inspired change and driven progress, both in the U.S. and globally. South by Southwest’s commitment to innovation and technology, coupled with its access to culture and creativity makes it the perfect venue for the ID. Buzz to make its first-ever public appearance. We’re excited…

Volkswagen’s ID.Buzz EV Set For 2023

December 10th, 2021 by

Anticipation reaches a new all-time high for the upcoming electric microbus van, the Volkswagen ID.Buzz. The autonomous prototype mule (the production version) roamed the streets a couple of months back. But now, there’s an even better look at the beauty in all of its splendor. The video revealed a vibrantly camouflaged ID.Buzz thanks to a…

Here’s the Buzz on the Groovy Features for the 2024 ID.Buzz

September 17th, 2021 by
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The two-toned microbus gives those familiar with the past Nostalgia and prepares the future with endless possibilities. It’s like a reboot of a TV show, but a revamp that’s gratifying. The ID. Buzz will catalyze an electronic future.  Approach the Buzz and embrace its beautifully sharp angles and confined cabin. The appearance of an hourglass,…

The VW ID.8 Officially Announced

July 21st, 2021 by
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  On July 13th (2021) Volkswagen announced that they would be the first to release a sizable electric SUV. In addition, the Volkswagen Group announced several declarations on its new strategies during an EV presentation. Volkswagen is gambling on the future and doubling down on creating, generating, and retailing electric vehicles.    Volkswagen Group Chairman of…

Survey Says: American Curiosity for EVs Is Piqued According to Volkswagen

May 7th, 2021 by

  In its efforts to democratize electric vehicles (EVs), Volkswagen polled a segment of the American car-buying market and found some surprising results. Interest in EVs is sharply increasing among American SUV owners and shoppers. Despite many of the participants claiming they’ve got no experience driving an electric car, respondents overwhelmingly indicated an appreciation of…

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