Volkswagen I.D. series

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The Volkswagen ID. series is a family of all-electric battery-powered concept cars from Volkswagen (VW), built on the MEB platform (German: Modularer Elektrobaukasten) that is developed by the Volkswagen Group for a range of electric cars manufactured by its subsidiaries. Several of these concept cars are planned to be adapted into production models.[1] The I.D. series is the first series of electric cars from VW that are purpose built from the ground up to be electric vehicles.[2]

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I.D. concept vehicles[edit]


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  2. ^ NICHOLAS MARONESE (22 May 2018). "Volkswagen's all-electric ID will look almost exactly like this".
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  5. ^ Ronan Glon (28 August 2017). "VW brings the spirit of the hippie bus into the 21st century with the I.D. Buzz". Digital Trends.
  6. ^ Vlad Savov (8 March 2018). "The Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion is a furry mess". The Verge.
  7. ^ Alanis King (22 April 2018). "Volkswagen Says Its New All-Electric Prototype Racer Is Faster Than An F1 Car". Jalopnik.
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