Volkswagen delivered half a million ID. EVs globally in two years.
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Volkswagen delivered half a million ID. EVs globally in two years.

Volkswagen achieved the ID. delivery target one year earlier than planned. The company also has an order bank of over 135,000 ID.s.

Volkswagen has achieved the milestone of delivering half a million ID. EV models globally. The company has achieved the target one year earlier than planned. The deliveries of the first ID.3 models began in October 2020, and in two years, Volkswagen achieved the milestone of delivering 500,000 ID.s globally.

Volkswagen will only produce electric vehicles in Europe from 2033, and by 2030, all-electric vehicles are already to account for at least 70 percent of Volkswagen’s unit sales in Europe. In the USA and China, the company is targeting an electric vehicle share of more than 50 percent for the same period. The company also has an order bank of over 135,000 ID.s. To achieve its target, Volkswagen will launch ten new electric models by 2026.

Imelda Labbé, Board Member for Sales, Marketing, and After Sales at Volkswagen, said: Delivery of half a million ID.s confirms that the Volkswagen models are being well-received by our customers – all over the world. We are on the right track with our electric mobility campaign, and our success story continues. Our focus is unchanged – we want to make our company the most desirable brand for sustainable mobility.

“We are doing our utmost to deliver the roughly 135,000 ID.s on order to our customers as quickly as possible. However, due to the persistently strained situation as regards the supply of parts we are repeatedly having to adjust production,” he added.

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