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Volkswagen ID.3 goes on sale in China, prices start at around $25,000
The launch of the ID.3 is expected to further boost the performance of VW's ID. lineup, which saw 10,126 deliveries in China in September. ...
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SAIC-VW ID.4 X and ID.6 X get limited-time price cuts
All SAIC-VW's ID.4 X models have been reduced in price by RMB 24,000 ($3,750), and the ID.6 models have been reduced by RMB 31,000. ...

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BREAKING: Huawei, VW reportedly plan to form JV to focus on self-driving technology
The establishment of the joint venture is progressing apace, with the aim of providing solutions to VW as a supplier. ...
Volkswagen ID.3 will be officially launched in China on Oct 22
Volkswagen's ID. series saw 10,126 deliveries in China in September, and the launch of the ID.3 is expected to further boost that performance. ...
SAIC-VW's NEV project in Changsha starts construction with planned annual capacity of 100,000 vehicles
The project, with a total investment of RMB 8 billion, also includes a battery workshop with a planned annual capacity of 150,000 sets of batteries. ...
VW ID. series deliveries in China reached 10,126 in Sept, up 44% from Aug
After NIO, XPeng Motors, there is a new member of the 10k club. ...
Volkswagen ID. series delivered 7,023 units in China in Aug
Between June and August, sales of ID. family models continued to improve, with 3,415, 5,810 and 7,023 units, respectively. ...
BYD's average selling price has surpassed VW's in China
In July, BYD's cars reached an average selling price of about RMB 156,000, nearly RMB 10,000 higher than VW's. ...
Volkswagen ID models reportedly sold over 5,000 units in China in July
Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess previously said he expected sales of the ID series cars in China to double to 6,000 units in July from 3,000 units in June. ...
Volkswagen expects its EV sales in China to soar in H2
Volkswagen expects its ID series of electric cars to see a sales surge in China in the second half of this year, Reuters reported on Thursday, citing Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert D ...
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