As we look to the future of the automotive industry, our goal is both ambitious and clear: To be the automaker that mass-produces the electric car — for everyone. That’s why we are currently investing into the development of e-Mobility technology, so we can make the future real.
The e-Golf is a powerful and innovative 100% electric vehicle. With a real-world range of 220km it's ready for everyday life. Get behind the wheel of the e-Golf and you’ll wonder why you didn’t go electric sooner. Experience the future of driving today!
Electromobility will permanently change our refueling behavior. After all, you will not be driving to the gas station with your electric vehicle, but you can charge your electric car's battery almost anywhere: at home from a household socket, a wall box, or public charging stations.
ID. Volkswagen, just electric. It’s time for a power shift.
Our ID. models mark the start of a new era of electric mobility: intelligent, innovative and sustainable. And above all: for everyone. Because a new idea can only make a difference when everyone can be a part of it.
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The ID.3 follows the Beetle and the Golf to introduce the third major chapter of strategic importance for the history of Volkswagen. Nothing is more fascinating than the future. New technologies create new opportunities. Yet we also face major challenges. That is why the ID.3 is a completely new concept from the ground up. Fully electric. And above all: sustainable. It will be our first vehicle delivered to the customer with a neutral climate balance – thanks to a consistent reduction of CO2 emissions in the supply chain and production. It represents a revolutionary, electrifying driving experience: full torque from a standstill, consistently dynamic acceleration and performance designed to make anyone’s heart race.
The ID. Crozz is designed to electrify your everyday. This electric crossover offers plenty of range and a pleasurable drive whether you’re in the city or out in the countryside. It is ready for every adventure. The prototype of the ID. Crozz embodies the future of electric mobility. It is packed full of innovations that keep you gliding dynamically and silently through twists and turns on the road. And at some point in the future, the car will even be able to drive you if you so wish – so you can simply sit back and enjoy the view. Oh, and by the way, you can even talk to this digitally connected car. So, say hello to your freedom.
The ID. VIZZION transfers the charismatic design DNA of the I.D. models – the design of Volkswagen electric mobility – to the world of large saloons. The models achieve their status through a new, intelligent interpretation of travel and space. The mobile interior – the 'open space' – is thought out anew here, so that the time spent on short and long trips in daily living can be utilised more productively and flexibly. Choosing a car like the I.D. VIZZION is an expression of a deliberate decision by its users – regardless of whether it is used in a sharing arrangement or is owned outright.
The ID. Buzz brings the legendary Kombi back into the modern era and is a friend to all of the family. State-of-the-art technology and plenty of customisable interior space options combine to give this iconic vehicle a fresher, more environmentally conscious personality. A trusty companion in the stresses of everyday life - after all, the electric car is equipped with everything you need to make your life easier: cutting-edge comfort, a brand new interior design, plus fully automated driving in the not too distant future. The driver becomes the passenger. So, you have the freedom to do what inspires you.
The Volkswagen ID. R stands for the forward-looking electric mobility and its uncompromising performance potential. In 2018, the emission-free race car was able to meet these demanding standards by setting a new record in the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb and in 2019 broke the 20-year old record at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. But that's not all. Now the best time for electric vehicles has also been beaten on the most demanding racetrack in the world: the 20.8 kilometre-long Nürburgring Nordschleife. With a time of only 6:05.336 minutes, the Volkswagen driver, Romain Dumas, was 40.56 seconds faster than the previous best time clocked by Peter Dumbreck. Successes such as these are the best evidence that it is possible to make an impression without making an impact.