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We are halfway through February and many of our minds have been on Six Nations rugby, the launch of Galway 2020, and the General Election. But how much time have we thought about ourselves and our own needs? Why not treat ourselves this month with a new electric car?
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but that’s exactly what Volkswagen are aiming to do with the Beetle by offering owners the ability to future proof their classic ‘Bugs’ with an electric conversion.
Volkswagen's new ID.3, unveiled at the Frankfurt International Motor Show, is the first fully electric production car of the new ID model family. It will go on sale next year for under €30,000 for the base battery range model and, as expected, availability will be limited from launch next year 2020.
It was announce in May by Volkswagen that it would launch its new ID.3 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show, and it has. The ID.3 is the first fully electric production car of the all-new ID model family and it will go on sale next year for under €30,000 for the base battery range model, and after Government grants/ incentives.
Volkswagen has announced the name of the first model of the new ID family, the ID.3, months before its official world premiere at the Frankfurt international motor show in September.
Volkswagen will reveal the first fully electric version of a new buggy. It takes its cues from popular American dune buggies, the concept vehicle is based on the modular electric drive matrix, demonstrating how multifaceted the new platform truly is.
James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 is the greatest movie car of all time, according to research.
Volkswagen Ireland has provided details of its 182 campaign offers, which include technology upgrades across the range, zero per cent APR PCP Finance on many models, purchase contributions up to €2,000 and discounts on R-Line equipment packs.
Volkswagen Group Ireland brands, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Volkswagen passenger cars and Volkswagen commercial vehicles have launched an attractive eco grant offer.
It was the Bulli journey of their lives - three months, two continents, 20,000 kilometres (12,420 miles) and to one destination, the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles assembly plant in Hannover.