Quality and design are taken to the next level in the new version of the ID.3 electric car. Volkswagen has listened to its customers and implemented many of their suggestions. Sustainability is still in focus through a carbon dioxide-neutral* manufacturing and through an interior that does not contain any material of animal origin.
Electric vehicles are an important part of reducing emissions in the transport sector and making it possible to take steps towards a fossil-free life, and we are actively working to facilitate the transition, among other things, by providing products and services for charging.
Together we can reach zero emissions, both electric car manufacturers, hardware manufacturers such as ABB, GARO and software manufacturers in electric car charging such as Chargepanel, Ampeco have a part in the international conversion and expansion of charging infrastructure.
This spring, the new Volkswagen ID.3 will be presented, which will be the next chapter in the development of the ID. family. To date, over half a million ID. cars – based on the MEB platform – have been delivered to customers around the world.
Currently, the ID.3 is manufactured at the factories in Zwickau and Dresden in Germany. Next year, the production network will be expanded with Volkswagen‘s main factory in Wolfsburg. This is to meet customers’ high demand for the all-electric compact car.
The new ID.3 will be equipped with the latest software generation that improves system performance and can receive updates over the Internet. In addition, the standard equipment has been upgraded: now includes a 12-inch infotainment display (30.5 cm), a removable cargo floor and a center console with two cup holders.
Functions such as “Plug & Charge” and “intelligent route planner” make charging in the new ID.3 even easier and more convenient. Volkswagen uses the latest generation of fully integrated assistance systems in the ID.3, such as the optional “Travel Assist with cloud data” and “Park Assist Plus with memory function”.
Carbon dioxide emissions are avoided and reduced directly at Volkswagen where possible. Suppliers also have an obligation to avoid and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Carbon dioxide emissions that cannot be avoided or reduced at Volkswagen or in the supply chain are offset to the same amount by certified projects that mitigate climate change.
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