Volkswagen gets first Tesla Model 3 and Audi RS5 plug-in electric pickup truck

The first electric pickup trucks are coming to the U.S. and they’re going to be bigger, faster, more fuel-efficient and easier to use than anything else you can buy.

The Volkswagen AG diesel pickup trucks, which are already available in some European markets, are the first cars on the market with a fully electric drivetrain.

Volkswagen says the trucks have a range of more than 50 miles (80 kilometers) on a full charge, which is up from the current range of less than 40 miles (65 kilometers).

The cars are also expected to be much more efficient than the diesel engines they replace.

Volkswagen will roll out the electric trucks in its U.K. and Germany markets by the end of 2018.

The cars, which will be called Electric Vehicles (EV), are also being made in China and China will roll them out globally in 2019.

VW said it expects to sell more than 5,000 electric vehicles per year by 2023, up from 3,000 per year in 2020.

The company expects that sales will grow to 30,000 EVs per year, compared with 11,000 for diesel vehicles.

It expects that electric vehicles will make up more than 10% of the global vehicle market by 2026.

Volkswagen expects electric vehicles to account for 50% of all plug-ins sold in the next five years.

Volkswagen is one of the biggest buyers of electric vehicles in the world.

The German automaker is one the few companies with a full-scale plant that can produce EVs in its plants and can sell them at a discount.

The electric trucks are built in Germany, which accounts for a third of VW’s global output.

The first trucks are due to arrive in U.C.L.A. in 2019 and in 2021.

Volkswagen has been testing the electric vehicles on test tracks at the California site for the past two years.

VW will begin production of the cars in 2021 at the Volkswagen plant in Wolfsburg, Germany.

Volkswagen said it is looking for an electric vehicle to replace diesel cars in the U of C’s burgeoning high-density housing market.

The high-rise development that now houses the campus of UC Berkeley will soon become the campus home of Volkswagen’s new research and development center.

Volkswagen’s goal is to make the campus a “green laboratory” where researchers can test new technologies and develop new materials, according to the company.

The vehicles will be available for sale to U.N. agencies, universities, governments and other institutions.

Volkswagen and its partners will pay for the vehicles.

Volkswagen currently has a fleet of more 30,700 diesel cars that it sells in the United States.

Volkswagen also has plans to build a 100,000-square-foot plant in China that will produce electric vehicles and a factory in Brazil that will make plug-into hybrid vehicles.