After the “Dieselgate” emissions scandal, Volkswagen is trying to clear the air — literally.
The German automaker is going electric in a big way. The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 is VW’s first mass-market electric car for the United States, and it has a lot of corporate muscle behind it. VW is throwing the full weight of manufacturing capability into producing the ID.4 and other models based on the car’s MEB platform. Nearly every U.S. VW dealer will sell the ID.4.
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Two things bookended my brief test drive of a 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 prototype. As I was getting familiar with the Read more
There is a setback with the timeline of the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 in the United States. Originally, the full-electric crossover Read more