Unless you've been living on the Skelligs with Luke Skywalker for the last few years, you wont have missed the growing interest in electric cars. With climate change on the minds of the public, politicians and governments all over the world, the idea of driving while creating minimal or zero emissions is very much a talking point, and something that is quickly gaining momentum with the car-buying public. All sorts of ideas have been thought of to try and lower emissions in cars and, to a certain extent these ideas have helped cars to become cleaner, with our newest diesel & petrol engines being the cleanest they've ever been in terms of NOx and CO2, but engines burning fuel will never have zero emissions. This is where electric and hybrid cars come in. Full electric and hybrid cars can drive using only their battery and produce no emissions at all.
The clever people at Volkswagen have been busy designing new cars that we have never had before which are purely electric. We currently have an eGolf and an e-Up! which have been proving popular, especially with company car drivers, but we have a growing range of cars that have been designed from the ground up with electric in mind. Just Google Volkswagen ID and you will be bombarded with images and text all about our newest models that will be appearing over the next few years, starting with the Golf sized ID.3 (below in Makena Turquoise) in Summer 2020 and closely followed by the Tiguan sized ID.4 (below in camouflaged blue) later in the year.
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Volkswagen have been pioneering in electric technology for over 40 years, and with the upcoming ID. range set to revolutionise the future of driving, weve got a lot to shout about.
The ID. Family | The future of electric vehicles
The future is here: the new ID.3
The ID.3 heralds in the new era of electric mobility. Feel the electrifying performance. Experience ground-breaking design combined with practical ranges. And all this at an attractive price. The future is ready, so get on board.
One idea. Many models.
From city cars and SUV's to 7-seaters, one central idea runs throughout them all. Although it sounds complicated, our modular electric drive matrix combines our vision of space, flexibility, comfort and dynamics and brings them together to create the ID. Family. This concept has created a whole new way to drive.
Discover electric vehicles now with the current range of Volkswagen electric cars.
You don't have to wait until the new ID. models arrive, you can experience electric vehicles right now with models like the e-Golf, the new e-Up!, and the GTE Passat and Golf.