2020; launch of new chapter in VW history

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TEHRAN, Aug. 30 (MNA) – Environmentally friendly vehicles are highly under spotlight in these years as the global climate change is winning the concerns of the public opinion across the globe.

Environmental health is a top priority for today's societies, and the world's top car makers have also come up with a massive supply of electric cars, to meet this need.

Most automobile companies are currently developing electric vehicles, according to Mehr News Agency. With understanding the critical environmental conditions, Volkswagen also made the production of electric vehicles a priority.

A comprehensive look at Volkswagen's major future policies and strategies for the auto industry shows us reducing the diversity of models and simplifying the production process and leading the global market in the environment, using superior technology, intelligent sustainability and, ultimately, striving to provide a safe and comfortable way of life for its product owners, is one of the most important goals of this automaker.

According to estimates, 20 million electric cars by 2020, 100 million electric cars by 2030, and about 400 million bicycles, tricycles and electric bikes on the world's roads will be equipped with electric engines; this type of vehicles will play a key role in reducing fossil fuel consumption and Air pollution.

According to estimates, 20 million electric cars by 2020, 100 million electric cars by 2030, and about 400 million bicycles, tricycles and electric bikes on the world's roads will be equipped with electric engines; this type of vehicles will play a key role in reducing fossil fuel consumption and Air pollution.

With a major shift in its approach to the auto industry, Volkswagen plans to make a major contribution to the auto markets. The decision is to make Volkswagen the lead EV producer in the world markets in less than ten years, by 2025. Moreover, Volkswagen wants to be the world's largest automaker by 2030.

In fact, based on this strategy, Volkswagen plans to spend about € 10 billion to provide self-driving cars and electric cars with high-capacity batteries.

In this regard, I.D. Buzz, the all-electric Volkswagen concept car unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show is a new model that will be based on the VW's current electric cars structure. Concept I.D. Buzz is designed as a four-wheel drive microbus for the future, and it has a number of advanced technologies underneath.

According to this strategy, the Volkswagen will have a special program for the production and supply of electric vehicles in the coming years, and will equip 25% of its products by 2020 with electric motors. If everything goes as expected, the final Buzz ID will probably be available in 2020.

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