Volkswagen Says It Can Build 15 Million EVs Using The MEB Platform



Volkswagen is now currently taking its newfound devotion to electric vehicles quite seriously and recently claimed it can build around 15 million EVs on its own new MEB platform, Reuters reports.

Naturally, that won’t come cheap, so the German vehicle maker will spend in excess of $12.5 billion to electrification and autonomous technology by 2023. More than $10 billion will be broken into Volkswagen’s challenging line-up of vehicles.

All of the firm ’s intended I.D. models will be built utilizing the MEB platform. This will incorporate a Golf-sized hatchback that’s tilted to take the battle into the Tesla Model 3 and at the same time being priced similarly to the current Golf.

Tesla better watch out.

In the years following the launch of the I.D. hatchback, a collection of additional all-electric Volkswagen models will hit the market. These can incorporate the I.D. Crozz, also a trendy crossover offered with a variety of powertrains and diverse ranges. The retro I.D. Buzz Cargo Electric Van could get to the manufacturing line as ancient as 2021 and provide a selection of around 340 miles (547 km).

The following year, Volkswagen’s Tesla Model S competition, the I.D. Vizzion, will start. Not only can this model come complete with all the firm ’s electric powertrainm that is up-to-date but additionally, it will be in possession of a semi-autonomous driving system that is cutting-edge.

The MEB system is going to be provided with 2 proportions and two distinct wheelbases. VW engineers will have the ability to change the track diameter of models using bespoke suspension parts. The platform is rear-wheel-drive, shops its battery pack at the floor pan and also in typical guise but all-wheel drive is going to be provided as an option. Most MEB-based models must have 50:50 weight distributions that are perfect.

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