Volkswagen announced that they will debut a new member of their electrified lineup at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next January. Mark your calendars: you won’t want to miss this momentous unveiling.
The German car maker has remained tight-lipped about the new vehicle, withholding any information on its features or even what it will be called—a surprise that they’ll save for the show.
Mark your calendar for the debut of a camouflaged version on January 3rd! The brand will be featured at Tech East in booth CP-5 at Las Vegas Convention Center from January 5th to 8th. Don’t miss out – be sure to pay them a visit and check it out.
Volkswagen is likely to show a near-production version of its upcoming all-electric global sedan, the Volkswagen ID. Aero concept from June (see renderings here). The market release for this MEB-based sedan is set for late 2023. However, it’s also possible that something entirely unexpected will be unveiled instead. There’s even talk of an accompanying station wagon/estate iteration in the works (the rumored ID.7 Tourer).
Volkswagen is excited to showcase its innovative battery-electric vehicle, as well as the renowned ID.4 and the European version of the ID. Buzz van (which comes in both passenger and cargo versions).
North American customers hoping to get their hands on the highly-anticipated ID. Buzz will have to wait a bit longer, with its debut expected in 2023 and subsequent market launch set for 2024.
The list of Volkswagen MEB-based models:
- Volkswagen ID.3
- Volkswagen ID.4
- Volkswagen ID.5
- Volkswagen ID.6
Volkswagen is developing an extensive selection of electric vehicles, from sub-compact city cars to their upcoming Scout brand that could potentially include a pickup and SUV. These advanced EVs will deliver powerful performance without compromising on environmental friendliness.
To date this year, Volkswagen has sold an incredible 207,200 all-electric vehicles (a 23.5% growth from the previous year), and when combining that number with their other subsidiaries in the Volkswagen Group, it accumulates to a whopping 366,400 cars (which is 25% more than last year).