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Pre-orders for Volkswagen ID.3 pass 15,000

Less than one week after the start of pre-booking for the ID.3, more than 15,000 registrations have already been received for the first model in the new full-electric ID. family. That is already more than half of the total pre-booking volume of 30,000 vehicles.

Volkswagen has recorded the greatest interest from the markets of Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, the UK and Sweden. The IT systems of the pre-booking platforms are now stable after the initial flood of customers.

Potential customers can register for an early production slot for the ID. 3 online at http://www.volkswagen.com/id-prebooking by paying a deposit of €1,000.

In addition to comprehensive equipment, customers buying a vehicle in the ID.3 1ST special edition will also benefit from the possibility of charging electric power at no cost for the first year up to a maximum of 2,000 kWh at all public charging points connected to the Volkswagen charging app We Charge and using the pan-European rapid charging network IONITY. The ID.3 is to be delivered to customers in carbon-neutral form. Production of the ID.3 1ST is to start as planned at the end of 2019 and the first vehicles are to be delivered in mid-2020.

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