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Volkswagen ID 3 revealed: The electric people mover is here
With the ID 3, VW pens a new chapter on a fresh sheet of paper.
says it will unveil an all-new . as part of an exhibit it’s planning on electric and self-driving vehicles next month at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
offers no details on the concept, which debuts at a private event Nov. 19 during the press days for the , except to say that it will be one of four ID. highlighted in the Petersen exhibit. is teasing the “Building an Electric Future” exhibit with a rendering of the , the futuristic Level 5 autonomous electric concept it unveiled last year that features no steering wheel and no pedals and is supposed to arrive between 2020 and 2022. Combing further for breadcrumbs, VW says the exhibit will focus on the new concept’s interior and technology features, with video assets that “highlight how this vehicle will augment the future driving experience,” which sounds Vizzion-esque.
Volkswagen's ID.3 Electric Car Is Cute—and It Can Wink at You
This hatchback is primarily for the European market, but it portends a lot for the ID crossover that will eventually come to the U.S.
The addition of a new member grows theExcluding the and the that the company has no plans to build, there is the , a production with an estimated range of 261 miles on the European WTLP cycle that goes on sale next year in Germany.
In the U.S., Volkswagen will give us the the, formerly known as the , a four-door likely to launch late next year or in early 2021, followed by the , the battery-electric update of the iconic Microbus, reportedly in 2022.
“Building an Electric Future” will occupy five rooms when it opens to the public Nov. 20. It will show off VW’s modular MEBplatform and use interactive features including virtual reality and an unlocked vehicle that visitors can access and, presumably, get inside. The exhibit will be the featured installation under the Petersen museum’s “Driving Toward Tomorrow” series, which looks at the auto industry’s work on the future of transportation design and concept vehicles from a variety of automakers.
originally appeared on on Wed, 30 Oct 2019
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