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Solid-state batteries coming by 2025 - Volkswagen
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9th Sep 2019
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Solid-state batteries coming by 2025 - Volkswagen

Solid-state batteries are high on the list of priorities for carmakers, given they promise to unlock more range from electric vehicles in a more stable, lighter, compact package. Volkswagen knows the impact solid-state technology could have, and is working hard to match its Japanese competitors in the field.
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Paul Maric
Volkswagen ID.R sets Heaven's Gate record
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3rd Sep 2019
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Volkswagen ID.R sets Heaven's Gate record

Volkswagen has set yet another record with its ID.R electric race car, and it’s the most breathtaking one yet. Race driver Romain Dumas took the ID.R up Tianmen Mountain Big Gate Road on September 2. It’s a 10.9km-long, concrete-surfaced road with 99 curves that ascends Tianmenshan – Chinese for Heaven’s Gate Mountain – in the Hunan Province of China. The total time was 7:38.585 minutes, making for the fastest ascent of Tianmenshan.
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Volkswagen to debut new logo at Frankfurt show
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23rd Aug 2019
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Volkswagen to debut new logo at Frankfurt show

Volkswagen has confirmed it will unveil its redesigned logo at the 2019 Frankfurt motor show, which takes place in September. While the automaker hasn't officially revealed the new identity, we've already seen it undisguised on a number of eighth-generation Golf prototypes (above). Compared to the current badge (below), the refreshed design has slimmer lettering and a thinner surrounding circle.
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Derek Fung
Volkswagen confirms ID.3 battery warranty
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18th Jun 2019
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Volkswagen confirms ID.3 battery warranty

Volkswagen is promising the lithium-ion batteries in its upcoming range of ID. electric vehicles will retain 70 per cent of their capacity for eight years or 160,000km. That puts the German giant in line with the likes of Tesla and Nissan, both of which warranty their battery packs for eight years and 162,000km.
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