Seat Mii electric compact car challenges the competition with price

seat mii, electric compact car, charging

As competition in electric vehicle markets is building up, product price inevitably becomes a factor automakers have to consider. Seat, a Volkswagen Group car brand, has thrown out a challenge to its competitors with the small Seat Mii electric car. At the launch campaign in February 2020, the Mii will be available at about 17 000 euros. The normal retail price is about 21 000 euros.

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The first electric car for mass markets just rolled out of Volkswagen factory

VW ID.3, first e-cars out of factory

The first electric VW ID.3 compact cars rolled out of the Volkswagen factory in Zwickau in early November 2019. Cars will be available in European markets in June, July, August 2020 time frame. The estimated retail price for the basic model of the VW ID.3 is under 30,000 euros in Germany.

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Volkswagen has created an electric vehicle conversion kit for the Beetle

VW e-beetle on the road

The VW Beetle is such an iconic car model that people all over the world recognize it immediately. Because of its long-lasting popularity, many cars are still on the road. Now, Volkswagen has an answer to Beetle fans who want a modern, small car – a conversion kit that turns an ordinary Beetle into an electric, battery powered e-Beetle.

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Volkswagen drops new pieces of information on the electric VW ID Buzz camper van

VW ID Buzz electric camper van on the road

Volkswagen is seriously banging the drum for the electric camper van VW I.D. Buzz three years before its planned production. That’s fine. Give us all the information you have, VW marketing managers! The migration to electric vehicles is such a big and potentially long process for drivers of ordinary cars, but for people who take their electric vehicles on a road trip, the process is even longer. So, the sooner we have the information, the easier it is to prepare for the electric future.

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Large electric SUV Volkswagen I.D. Roomzz with long range, autonomous driving

VW ID Roomzz electric SUV

Volkswagen has introduced a new member to its family of I.D. electric vehicles: the Roomzz. It is a relatively large SUV model that is designed for autonomous driving as well. VW has shown a prototype in April 2019, is planning to show a production model in 2020, and the production of the electric SUV should start in 2021.

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Electric car VW I.D. to compete with VW Golf in stores in 2020

VW I.D., an electric car from Volkswagen

The VW Golf is an iconic, hugely successful car in Volkswagen’s product range, but it will have an in-house competitor in 2020. Then, the all-electric, all-new VW I.D. is planned to be available. The VW ID is the same size as the Golf, and it is in the same price range, but has the advantages of an electric vehicle. Let’s take a look at early test rides on the VW ID if it really can compete with Golf.

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An all-electric van for goods delivery: VW I.D. Buzz Cargo (or a platform for campervan conversions)

VW I.D. Buzz Cargo, electric van for goods delivery

Top management of Volkswagen has spoken some big words about the future of the car brand in the electric vehicle market. The leaders have stated that when the company makes its entry to the mass market in 2022, the production machinery will crank out millions of vehicles right from the start. Compared to the e-car market size in 2018, it feels big, but that’s exactly how new markets are created and dominated.

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