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VW to launch Tesla X rival for China in 2021

Reuters Sunday, 14 April 2019
Volkswagen said on Sunday it will build a fully electric sports utility vehicle for the Chinese market from 2021, entering a segment dominated by Tesla's Model X.
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According to Reuters, Volkswagen said on Sunday it will build a fully electric sports utility vehicle for the Chinese market from 2021, entering a segment dominated by Tesla’s Model X. The new SUV is the latest in Volkswagen’s aggressive roll-out of electric cars in China, where zero emissions...

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