Indepth Car Review: The future VW: electric car Volkswagen I.D. Preview Exterior/Interior/Facts – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: The future VW: electric car Volkswagen I.D. Preview Exterior/Interior/Facts – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: The future VW: electric car Volkswagen I.D. Preview Exterior/Interior/Facts – Autogefühl



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20 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: The future VW: electric car Volkswagen I.D. Preview Exterior/Interior/Facts – Autogefühl”

  1. VW just shows concepts and is slow to production. Tesla is criticized for not ramping production fast enough and the old traditional car makers just drag their feet to come out with anything meaningful. 2020 maybe and all of them just showing vaporware and meaningless concepts. Even Hyundai is ahead of the German manufacturers.

  2. Wowsers. I love it. I especially love that it’s a hatch with the look of a cute car! I hope VW does sell a billion cars by 2025. They are the brand I love most. I grew up in a VW family. That’s all my parents ever drove. Sadly, right now, I need a small SUV and the Tiguan is too big now. I wish the T-Roc and their other subcompact SUV sells in Europe would also come to the US.

  3. Excellent review thank you, even without the autonomous feature VW could capture the hearts of many people like the 1st vw did. We'll see if they work as hard as Tesla at it.

  4. Sure – a nice looking car.. I don't trust VW at all. They are not showing interest in producing electric cars. They are FOOT-DRAGGING !! If you want to see a company that is sincere about making Electric Vehicles, have a look at Tesla. Matbe even Nissan. Meantime they are forever showing off dream cars which are a distraction. If VW were serious about EVs they would have all hands on deck and you would know it. But instead they have their hands in the till. Let them get it into the showroom and we will take them serious.. with all their money and profits they could easily make an impact if they wanted. They bore me with their corporate drivel.

  5. While I like this effort, I would appreciate more work on increasing WV e-golf range. It is already available but range is a big disappointment.

  6. I like the sliding rear door, but they should have done the same thing with the front door. I wonder how they reached the conclusion that in 2020 we will have no need for storage compartments or cup holders in the passenger compartment.

  7. Great review once again Thomas. I really like the direction VW is going. It is understandable that some aspects of the I.D. range will have regulation problems, but let's see what happens. More and more, concept car elements are coming to fruition, for example, the Tesla cars are really quite conceptual, yet they are in production.

  8. VW have excelled themselves with this car. I especially like the lack of overhang at the front. The presentation was good but I didn't understand where the hud comes in. Will it be switchable on and off?

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