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Volkswagen's long-range electric car is coming in 2020

After it was discovered in September 2015 that Volkswagen doctored its cars' diesel engines to give false readings in emissions tests — a costly mistake known as the Dieselgate scandal — the company had no choice but to thoroughly change its strategy.  And change it it did: The company just unveiled its an all-new, fully electric car, the Volkswagen I.D. SEE ALSO: This is your first glimpse of future Volkswagen EVs The car was teased with a few promo pictures a few weeks ago, and the company showed a prototype at the Paris Motor Show on Wednesday and revealed a few key facts.
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