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Volkswagen Missed Its 2018 Electric Vehicle Goal (From 2010) By ~217,000 Units

February 5th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

A Tesla Motors Club forum member somehow came across a 2018 electric vehicle (EV) sales target from Volkswagen Group that the company shared back in 2010. Volkswagen was hoping to sell ~300,000 EVs a year by 2018. It turns out the 2018 total was more like ... 82,685 (and that's counting a bunch of plug-in hybrids as electric vehicles, which many people wouldn't count)


Coming To America In 2019 — Compliance Cars Only

January 13th, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

In 2019, a dozen new fully electric cars and SUVs are coming to the USA market. Well, they are not coming to all states — many will be what are called "compliance cars." What makes carmakers only offer compliance cars in the States? Let's explore


European Electric Vehicle Invasion — Winners, Big Winners, & Champions

January 13th, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

For those who follow the fully electric car market, 2016 was exciting. GM introduced the Chevy Bolt a full year ahead of Tesla's Model 3. It was the first long-range affordable electric car in the United States. For many reasons, we did not really see it in most of Europe


Is VW Lying Yet Again? (This Time About Electric Cars)

October 29th, 2018 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

Recognising that Tesla is stealing their lunch, VW Group's head Herbert Diess has bent the truth well beyond a breaking point in claiming that, by 2020, they will produce EVs that match Tesla's characteristics but at half the price. VW has already recently revealed the real (and fairly sensible) figures on its most affordable 2020 ID Neo EV, so why now are they grossly exaggerating its price and characteristics, or lying about Tesla's price? They must be getting desperate



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