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Volkswagen e-Crafter in UK not before 2021

After the UK debut at the CV Show in Birmingham, Volkswagen presents its all-electric large van e-Crafter. The German manufacturer already began sales of left-hand-drive version in some European markets, but the right-hand-drive for the UK is expected around mid-2021. Pricing and specifications have yet to be confirmed. Volkswagen e-crafter, Insideevs.com Volkswagen e-Crafter

VOLKSWAGEN has its rival for TESLA

The promised $35,000 Tesla Model 3 is still some months away from production. So the Volkswagen group reportedly readying a competitor that will come in well below that number. Reuters reports that the automaker is planning a model for its ID range of electric cars priced below 20,000 euros. Well, it is just

More about T-Cross – Tiny Volkswagen

The T-Cross is 161.8 inches (4.11 meters) long and rides on the automaker's compact A0 version of the MQB platform that underpins models like the VW Polo, Audi A1, SEAT Ibiza, and SEAT Arona crossover. The styling makes it look like a smaller version of the VW T-Roc. - motor1.com The T-Cross comes standard with a 1.0-liter

VW R division mulling hot electric model

Wolfsburg's upcoming range of ID electric vehicles could receive a sport-oriented R model, based on comments by R division head Jost Capito. The full range of models is currently just taking shape with a hatchback, a sedan and a crossover model due in 2020. More models are in the works in other body styles, including a retro-inspired electric Microbus due