To coincide with the launch of its ID family of models, VW will launch its own charging service, We Charge, and build more than 150,000 charging piles in Europe. It is reported that from mid-August this year, car owners can book and use the We Charge charging service. We Charge offers a number of charging-related digital features, all of which are available via The We Connect ID. Apply to control. With this app, users can easily find all available We Charge charging piles.
VW says it has three different rates for different user groups: We Charge Free (no monthly rent), We Charge Go (with lower monthly rent) and We Charge Plus (with higher monthly rent).
According tomedia reports, Volkswagen launched the We Charge charging service in order to support the VW ID.3. ID.3 is the first model of VW’s ID series of electric vehicles and the company’s first electric vehicle based on a new MEB platform. The company said the first 30,000 ID.3 units would begin delivery in September.
In June, VW officially launched an internal test of the ID.3 electric car. The company said its staff would test the daily availability of the all-electric ID.3 in the coming weeks before it was officially delivered in early September.
Last September, Volkswagen unveiled the ID.4, the second in the company’s electric car family and the first ID electric car to enter the U.S. market, at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
According tomedia reports, the production version of ID.4 was originally scheduled to be released in April this year, but due to the impact of the new crown outbreak, the launch was canceled. In May,media reported that the car had been put into production.
VW plans to launch up to 75 all-electric and about 60 hybrid vehicles by 2029.