Over the past year Volkswagen has released three I.D. concept vehicles to preview its upcoming lineup of new electric vehicles. Although VW has only confirmed three new EVs, a leaked Powerpoint slide reveals that there are two more in the works.
All five Volkswagen electric vehicles will arrive between 2019-2022
The leaked slide comes to us from Autoblog.nl affiliate Groen7, which confirms that all three of the previous concepts, the I.D., I.D. Crozz and I.D. Buzz are headed to production, in addition to new I.D. Lounge and I.D. AEROe models. All five electric vehicles will ride on the same MEB platform.
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The slide also reveals that not all of the electric vehicles will be coming to the United States. The slide shows that the small electric I.D. hatchback and the I.D. Cross will not be coming here. Instead, we’ll get the I.D. Lounge and I.D. AEROe models, which we have yet to even see in concept form.
The I.D. hatchback is expected to arrive in 2019 as a 2020 model. The I.D. hatchback will also replace the eGolf in VW’s lineup. The hatchback will then be followed by the I.D. Cross crossover, which as of right now looks like it’s only going to be offered in China and Europe, although that could change. The next two models will be the I.D. Lounge and I.D. AEROe models. The last model to arrive will be the Microbus-inspired I.D. Buzz in 2022.
Source: Autoblog.nl via Groen7