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Press text: Volkswagen brand about to leap into the electric era Rise in deliveries to 6.3 million in 2019, despite declines in overall market Operating margin before special items increased to 4.3 percent Start of second phase of TRANSFORM 2025+ strategy with focus on e-mobility and digitalization COO Ralf Brandstätter: “2019 was a successful year for the Volkswagen brand. We made progress in all major areas. Our strategy is gaining traction.” Outlook for the current business performance is complicated by uncertainty in connection with the ongoing coronavirus crisis The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand is entering the next phase of its transformation stronger.…
And so BMW finally announced the new BMW i4 electric car. The car is set to go into production in 2021. And in this video TOP Gear shows you all we know so far about the cars specs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw9D9BUjbHM
Volkswagen released some new info about the future ID.4 SUV. Some Key features: The name has been decided – ID.402 starts this year Up to 500 km – aerodynamics and efficiency allow long ranges Global car – ID.4 to be produced and sold in Europe, China and the U.S. Official press text: The ID. CROZZ03 showcar evolves into its series production version, the ID.4: Volkswagen is forging ahead with its electric mobility strategy by providing a detailed insight into the brand’s first all-electric SUV during a webcast following the cancellation of the Geneva Motor Show. The new ID.4 will be launched this…
More and more Tesla Y models are being spotted on the street. Above you see it with a roof rack on top. Much more interesting are those trunk pictures: There is really plenty of space!
I don’t believe a second anymore that Sony will NOT release this car for real 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivQaTyMj4-Q
The German reliable newspaper Handelsblatt reports that Mercedes did put in place a new more advanced version of their imponent restructuring plan. The only way to reduce cost is to offer the CLS and GT4 models as pure electric cars. At the moment they offer this car with different engines: 4-6-8 cylinder version and mild hybrid models. The plan is to cut them all and offer one single model. Make sense to me!
EVO reports: Maserati’s main points of investment will be put into its two other manufacturing plants, the first an €800million redevelopment of the Mirafiore facility, which will be Maserati’s electric vehicle manufacturing hub dedicated to EV-only production. The first model to be built in the revitalised plant will be an all-new GranTurismo and GranCabrio, both featuring four seats, a sleek two-door body and a pure-EV powertrain in 2021.
The German magazine Auto Motor und Sport interviewed the Mr. Frank-Steffen Walliser (Head of Porsche-Motorsport). He shared quite some interesting tidbits: When asked about a possible full electric Porsche 911 he answered: It’s a relatively small car with a short wheelbase and a very low seating position. If I now install batteries under the driver, I lose the low sitting position. And there is simply no space at the front and back. Moreover 911 customers appreciate the two-plus-two seating concept, above all because of the feeling of space. And that would be lost in the event of full electrification. About…
Dragtimes writes: I personally test out the all new electric 750HP Porsche Taycan Turbo S down the 1/4 mile at Auto Club Speedway. If you are here for the premier, hit the like button and comment below what you think it’s best pass was, closes guess wins a DragTimes T-Shirt! Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0XlXAn23Y8