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A first glimmer of summer has arrived early with news from Volkswagen that the T-Roc Cabriolet is on the way.
The current Volkswagen’s e-Golf has a starting price of €27,895, which starts out with a recommended retail price (RRP) of €37,895, less the SEAI grant of €5,000 and VRT rebate of €5,000 bringing the price to a private customer down to €27,895.
The Volkswagen R range grows in early 2020, with the arrival of the new T-Roc R early in 2020. With 300 PS and 400Nm of torque from the 2.0-litre TSI engine, the T-Roc R accelerates from 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds and on to a theoretical top speed of 250 km/h (where permitted).
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.
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.
The new generation Volkswagen Golf will be available with a 48-volt mild-hybrid power train when launched later this summer.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VCV) has revealed its 192 plans for motorists considering purchasing a commercial vehicle between now and the end of July.
Seventy new electric Volkswagen models could be launched in the next decade, the Volkswagen Group has claimed.
At the Geneva International Motor Show in early March, Volkswagen will present the new top model T-Roc R in their crossover series and the German carmaker says that the powerful Volkswagen R vehicle not only convinces with impressive performance data. The sporting characteristics of the T-Roc R are accentuated by the unmistakable ‘R’-specific exterior and interior design.
Volkswagen Ireland are encouraging the uptake of the latest generation, lower emission new cars, hand in hand with the removal, of older, Euro 1-4 emissions standard vehicles from the Irish car parc, by relaunching their attractive EcoGrant offer.