Volkswagen spoke about plans to launch an electric ID.3May 24, 2019
The first deliveries of the Volkswagen ID.3 electric hatchback are scheduled for mid-2020. Mass production is scheduled for this year’s horse. According to rumors, a fully electric hatchback in its initial configuration will cost less than 30,000 euros in Germany.
An interview with Jürgen Stackmann, Volkswagen’s board of directors for sales and marketing, reveals a few more details about entering the Volkswagen ID.3 electric hatchback market. After May 8, the German manufacturer began accepting pre-orders for an exclusive complete set of 1ST, more than 15,000 applications for electric vehicles were collected. It is known that the performance of the 1ST will receive a battery with an average capacity (three options will be offered in total), thanks to which, the eco-friendly novelty will be able to travel 420 km.
Mr Stackmann says that there is a high probability of receiving the entire planned volume of 30,000 units before conducting an official presentation of the new product at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September of this year.
Customers will be able to freely place orders for ID.3 after the Frankfurt auto show – then the car can be ordered at car dealerships. According to Stackmann, dealers have already seen fully serial ID.3 and received many orders from potential customers. It is reported that the excitement around the model exceeded all expectations Volkswagen.
According to rumors, a fully electric hatchback in its initial configuration will cost less than 30,000 euros in Germany. Mr Stackmann said that he would do everything possible to sell each copy of this ecological innovation, which will be built at Volkswagen plants.
It is reported that the new product will support software updates, as they say, “over the air”. This will keep the car as fresh as possible for a long period of time. ” The start of serial production of ID.3 is scheduled for the end of 2019.
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