All signs indicate that Volkswagen has changed the name of its statewide operation to “American Volts Wagon”. CNBC. Earlier today, the automaker prematurely released an incomplete press release on its website planning to share it on April 29th. VW quickly dropped the announcement, but not before CNBC Managed to get a good look at it.
A spokesman for Volkswagen declined to comment on the release, but a source “familiar with the company’s plans” told the network that the document was authentic. The release was marked as a “public announcement of the company’s future-forward investment in e-mobility.” The change will see the Volkswagen EVS display a badge with the new Volts Wagon branding and a light blue VW logo. The auto-manufacturer’s signature body will feature the classic blue VW symbol in the car that the company sells as it moves forward.
Dition-driven automakers have been all about EV-centric rebuilding in recent months. In January, GM Its classic logo is redid The new design to create a “zero-emission future in the clear sky” is also a visual drama of the company. Altium battery technology. For Volkswagen, the change will come at a crucial moment in its history. The company plans to offer 300 EV models by 2030 And get to a point where at least 60 percent of the cars it sells in Europe are either hybrid or battery electric.