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Volkswagen ID.3 unveiled: Up to 550km range, in Australia from 2022
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9th Sep 2019
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Volkswagen ID.3 unveiled: Up to 550km range, in Australia from 2022

Volkswagen has ripped the silks off its first mass-market, fully-electric vehicle, the VW ID.3, with an expected starting price below €30,000 ($48,000) in Europe. The pint-sized electric car is "around the size of a Golf, with the interior space of a Passat and the acceleration of a GTI", and is based the modular MEB architecture that will underpin a large selection of Volkswagen Group electric vehicles in the years ahead.
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Volkswagen e-Beetle debuts e-Up's updated drivetrain
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6th Sep 2019
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Volkswagen e-Beetle debuts e-Up's updated drivetrain

The Volkswagen e-Beetle concept will make its debut next week at the 2019 Frankfurt motor show, and is powered by a version of the updated drivetrain which will soon grace the e-Up in Europe. In adopting the electric powertrain, the e-Beetle adopts the same front-engine, front-wheel drive layout as the e-Up.
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Volkswagen Golf Mk8 launch confirmed for the northern autumn
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29th Aug 2019
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Volkswagen Golf Mk8 launch confirmed for the northern autumn

Volkswagen has announced the eight-generation Golf will be "celebrating its world premiere in autumn 2019". It's unclear if the automaker's linchpin will make its debut at the Frankfurt motor show, which kicks off in the middle of September.
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Volkswagen ID.3 dashboard revealed
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10th Jul 2019
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Volkswagen ID.3 dashboard revealed

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Scott Collie
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10th Jul 2019
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Volkswagen ID.3 dashboard revealed

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Volkswagen launches electric car sharing service
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27th Jun 2019
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Volkswagen launches electric car sharing service

The new Volkswagen WeShare car sharing service is now available in Berlin with a fleet of 1500 e-Golf hatchbacks. At the beginning of 2020 the company will add 500 e-Up models, with the new ID.3 set to join the fleet from the middle of 2020. Vehicles will be "free floating", and do not need to be returned to rental stations, designated car spots or their original locations. Cars will be available within a 150 square kilometre area around Berlin's city centre.
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