Fresh design, higher-quality materials and the latest-generation assist systems: that is the new Volkswagen ID.3.
Two and a half years after the launch of the first generation, the all-electric bestseller from Volkswagen is now coming to the market with a comprehensive upgrade which includes better materials and advanced driver assistance systems including route planning by charging networks.
With its joint project ”MaterialLoop”, Audi is taking the next step toward closing more material cycles in the automotive industry.
Together with 15 partners from the research, recycling, and supplier sectors, the brand with the four rings is looking into the reuse of so-called post-consumer materials, which are taken from customer vehicles at the end of their lifecycle, from the automotive sector for the production of new cars.
Selected models from Volkswagen’s popular SUV range become even better value for money this March.
Customers buying a Volkswagen T-Cross, Taigo, T-Roc or Tiguan until Monday 13 March – funded with a Volkswagen Financial Services personal contract plan (PCP) – will get a hefty £1,750 deposit contribution and free servicing for two years. The offer is also available on the new Tiguan Black Edition and with current PCP APRs for these models ranging from 6.9 to 7.9 per cent, this is an offer not to be missed.
Isuzu UK is supporting the prestigious Badminton Horse Trials, with the event taking place from Thursday 4 to Monday 8 of May in South Gloucestershire.
Procuring this sponsorship means that a maximum of 30 vehicles will be allocated for the event by Isuzu UK, providing Badminton Horse Trials with pick-ups for on-site event Officials to use for the duration of the trials, with an Isuzu events stand located at the event as well.
Audi is bringing a store for apps to selected models with the third-generation modular infotainment toolkit (MIB 3).
With the embedding of the store, which was jointly developed with Volkswagen subsidiary CARIAD, customers can directly and intuitively access popular third-party apps through the Multimedia Interface (MMI) by means of a data link in the vehicle and have the freedom to personalise their selected apps for the system.