(New York) Do you mean change by changing K to a T? The venerable German automaker Volkswagen, which relies heavily on electric cars, plans to restructure its business in the United States on the Voltswagen unit, depending on the unit of electric tension.
“Rather than a name change, ‘Voltswagen’ allows the committee to make its commitment to the electric movement public,” the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
In the same vein, General Motors unveiled a new logo earlier this year that would mark its identity towards vehicles that emit no emissions, specifically a new format for the M letter would suggest a power station.
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Volkswagen erroneously issued a statement on Monday evening that raised doubts about the possibility of 1.There is April. German newspapers especially like all kinds of jokes and jokes during this period.
A Volkswagen spokesman in the United States told AFP that the change would be announced early on April 29 and that it reflected the evolution of the models offered by the group.
The group’s ambition is to be the world leader in electric vehicle prominence from 2025 over Tesla.
Scott underlined that “this name change refers to our past as a ‘people’s car’ – what the word Volkswagen means in German – and” our firm belief that our future should be the supplier of the electric car to the people. ” Manager.
This development coincides with the arrival of the ID4 car, Volkswagen’s all-electric SUV in the country.
The change, which will be formalized in early May, concerns only Voltswagen of America, a subsidiary of Artian, Atlas, Atlas Cross Sport, Golf, Golf GTI, and ID4 electric car dealers in the United States. SUVs, Jetta, Jetta GLI, Passat and Tiguan.
The company plans to include visual elements of the Volkswagen tradition, including blue: it will be darker for fuel-powered vehicles, but brighter for electric vehicles.
Volkswagen was not the first communicator of this kind: in 2003, the group renamed the German city of Wolfsburg to “Golfsburg” for a few weeks to launch a new golf course.
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