Volkswagen spent years trying to make diesel as big in America as it was in Europe and other markets. Then it got caught cheating in a very big way. Wracked by scandal, fines and lawsuits, the German automaker is now trying to chart a new way forward. This is the rolling electric symbol of that new way, and it’s called the Volkswagen I.D.
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Imagine being able to carry a clean energy vehicle with you, just about wherever you go. Enter the folding electric bike. Battery-powered bicycles are on the rise as two-wheeled commuting gains popularity in places with heavy traffic and limited parking.
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If you’re feeling burned by Volkswagen’s decision to cheat on diesel emissions tests, you might get some compensation for your troubles. Sources for The Truth About Carsunderstand that VW will launch a “TDI Goodwill Program” that compensates diesel car drivers with cash in the form of prepaid cards. In the US, you’d get both a $500 universal card as well as a VW-only card worth $500 to $750.
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