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Volkswagen ID.3 R electric hot-hatch coming in 2024 – report
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3 days ago
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Volkswagen ID.3 R electric hot-hatch coming in 2024 – report

A hotted-up 'R' version of Volkswagen’s upcoming all-electric ID.3 hatch could arrive as soon as 2024, according to a new international report. British magazine Autocar (which created the artist impression above) reports senior management at Volkswagen is close to signing off on the ID.3 R project, which would see extra electric grunt added to the standard ID.3 hatch.
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Liam Murphy
2021 Volkswagen ID.4 models revealed early in leaked pictures
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18th Jun 2020
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2021 Volkswagen ID.4 models revealed early in leaked pictures

Volkswagen's 2021 ID.4 X and ID.4 Crozz electric SUVs have been revealed early thanks to leaked official photos shared with a regulatory body in China. The ID.4 will be Volkswagen's first all-electric SUV and is scheduled to launch in China, Europe and the United States sometime in 2020, although Volkswagen is yet to confirm an official date (it was originally scheduled to debut at the cancelled New York Motor Show in April).
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2021 Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake teased
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5th Jun 2020
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2021 Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake teased

Volkswagen has previewed its new 2021 Arteon update, confirming a Shooting Brake (these days a wagon design with a low, tapered roofline) variant will join the four-door liftback when the line-up is revealed on June 24. While the Australian future for the Shooting Brake remains unclear, Volkswagen Australia has confirmed the liftback will grace Australian showrooms.
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Used car sales recover after COVID-19 lockdowns
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27th May 2020
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Used car sales recover after COVID-19 lockdowns

MORE: All COVID-19 coverage here The used-car market is showing signs of recovery as lending restrictions – and coronavirus lockdowns – begin to ease. In the grip of the uncertainty caused by the global pandemic in March and April, many used-car dealers, wholesalers, and new-car lots were offering lower-than-normal trade-in values – or refusing to buy stock. Many used-car operators were hamstrung by strict new lending practices – and an increase in finance application knock-backs.
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Joshua Dowling