Volkswagen delivers first ID.4 in Germany

  • – First customers collected their cars from Wolfsburg and Dresden today
  • – Fully electric SUV well received: already 23,500 orders for the ID.402 across Europe
  • – Volkswagen Board Member for Sales Klaus Zellmer: “A very successful launch”

Today, the first customers in Germany collected their fully electric Volkswagen ID.4 vehicles. The cars were handed over simultaneously in the delivery centers at the Transparent Factory in Dresden and the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. Thousands of other customers are due to follow, with the company planning to deliver around 150,000 ID.4 vehicles worldwide this year. By the end of February, 23,500 orders had already been received for this model across Europe – despite the fact that many car dealers were closed and ahead of the actual market launch in Germany. Volkswagen Board Member for Sales Klaus Zellmer said: “The ID.4 launch has been very successful and the car has been well received by customers. We’ve still got great plans – we aim to deliver around 150,000 vehicles worldwide this year alone. That is about one third of our planned output of 450,000 electric vehicles in 2021. The world car is therefore a key pillar of our accelerated electric offensive.” Speeding up the electric offensive is a core element of Volkswagen’s ACCELERATE strategy.The company plans to launch at least one new fully electric model each year.

Volkswagen delivers first ID.4 in Germany

First deliveries of the Volkswagen ID.4 to customers in Wolfsburg: (from left to right) Konrad Baumann (customer), Francesco Forte (Head of Customer Management at the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand, Hoeper family (customer), Mandy Sobetzko (Managing Director of Autostadt), Adrian Becker (customer).

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30.03.2021   |  

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