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All-New Volkswagen ID. Concept to Be Unveil at Petersen Automotive Museum

In conjunction with the LA Auto Show press days, Volkswagen will reveal a new ID. Concept during a private event on Tuesday, November 19, 2019.

The Petersen Automotive Museum will be the host of a world premiere next month when an all-new Volkswagen ID. Concept will be unveiled on their grounds.

The private event held on Tuesday, November 19, is the day before Volkswagen’s brand-new interactive exhibit public opening at the museum.

Indeed, “Building an Electric Future” will open to the public on Wednesday, November 20 and will “celebrate Volkswagen’s rich and impactful history both globally and locally, as well as introduce Volkswagen’s new electric concept vehicles.

“’Building an Electric Future’ gives a behind the scenes look at making the new age of electric and autonomous mobility happen,” said Klaus Bischoff, Executive Director of Volkswagen Design. “It shows varying perspectives from the point of view of the designer, the manufacturer, and the consumer. There’s no better opportunity to start this amazing exhibit than with the world premiere of our newest member of the ID. family.

The exhibit, which consists of five rooms, will showcase things like how the modular electric drive matrix was engineered or how the vehicles are assembled on that platform.

“’Building an Electric Future’ aims to inspire and inform our guests about the future of mobility,” said Petersen Executive Director Terry L. Karges.

Furthermore, each room will have interactive features to keep the visitors engaged. The fifth and last room will “give visitors an inside look at an ID. concept vehicle and focus on the interior and technology features,” says Volkswagen.

We want to explore the impact an electrified future will have on a local and global scale, and we’re thrilled to collaborate with Volkswagen as it takes on today’s challenges to design the cars of tomorrow,” Karges added.

The “Building an Electric Future” exhibit will also include a completed vehicle that will remain unlocked and accessible.

Volkswagen announces new electric future-focused exhibit at the Petersen automotive museum | Photo: Volkswagen

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