Volkswagen is on to set some amazing standards in terms of EV technology.
Volkswagen is all set to introduce its first ever zero-emission all electric car in the upcoming Paris Motor Show. Volkswagen has been working on this project from the past few months and they had high plans for this car.
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It looks like the company has finally managed to attain the level of performance that they needed from its first EV that is introduced in the international market.
It was announced earlier that VW is looking forward to develop a car that will get charged in minimum time possible and will also have a great mileage as well. Thus it looks like they have finally achieved the targets that they had set for the EV initially.
According to Herbert Diess of Volkswagen, the car will be that of Golf’s size. This means that we are looking towards a small car however the car will have a cabin space like hat of Passat.
This means that we are looking towards a small but certainly a roomy car. It will be officially launched at the end of 2018 or 2019. VW is planning to start the commercial production of this EV by 2020 in order to introduce it in the market in the same year.
According to Diess, the car will have supercharging capability. It means that it will be able to be charged in mere 15 minutes, according to TechCrunch.
While other cars such Tesla’s take almost 45 minutes to charge to 80%. This is a huge difference and will certainly boost the sales of this car.
Along with the super charge fast speed, it will have the capability to offer 300 miles in a single charge which is again a great number not offered by all other makers.