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New Volkswagen technology is the key to the 'electric car for all'

Volkswagen has unveiled the MEB vehicle platform which will be used across its range of electric vehicles.

The rolling chassis has been designed specifically for pure electric vehicles and by the end of 2027, the four VW Group brands will sell 27 different models based on it.

Volkswagen says MEB is the key to the ‘electric car for all’ and its price-service ratio will be instrumental in transforming the electric vehicle from a niche product into a bestseller.

Thomas Ulbrich, Volkswagen Group brand board member for e-mobility, said: “We will make electric vehicles popular and get as many people as possible excited about electric cars.

“The MEB is one of the most important projects in the history of Volkswagen – a technological milestone, similar to the transition from the Beetle to the Golf. The MEB is the economic and technological backbone of the electric car for all.”

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