Volkswagen Patent Images Reveal Its Future Sports EV

Posted: Oct 18 2016, 11:32am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 18 2016, 6:09pm CDT, in Cars & Vehicles


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Volkswagen Patents Images Reveal its Future Sports EV
  • Patent Images Submitted by VW reveal Futuristic EV model designs

The future Volkswagen EV models were revealed in the new patents submitted by the company.

Volkswagen is trying all that they can to make the company fully green in order to overcome the charges of diesel scandal. The company is thus looking forward to build a new and whole range of EVs to cater the perfect solution for emission problem.

Recently new patents that were submitted by the company revealed the designs of new EVs that VW will be working upon.

The new EV models that ae shown in the patent have a glass windscreen that is pretty wide and big as compared to the traditional cars of this era. The shape of car shows pretty great aerodynamics for fast speed. It can be seen that it is influenced from a sports car.

The patent images were published today on the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) website. The first image is of a car that is pretty sporty looking so we are hoping that it will be a sporty model too. The design appears to be a two door coupe that is hung low. It has impressive aerodynamic features.

The other images are of a mini bus that is pretty much close to the initial VW concept that was released at first as Budd-e. It was released in the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year in January.

AutoCar had revealed earlier that the EV range of Volkswagen that is under construction will include multiple car types. These will include SUVs, Saloons, Sports car, Luxury saloon and MPV.

We are also expecting an ID hatchback module that was introduced in Paris Motor Show. It will one of the first cars by company to go in production.

It is expected that ID will be launched by 2020 while the entire range will be available till 2025.

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