Volkswagen says a supplier left data exposed online, including the names, addresses, emails and phone numbers of US and Canadian customers.
Like Apple and Tesla, Volkswagen wants to make chips for its self-driving cars in-house as it readies for next stage of the brand’s evolution.
The ID.6 X and ID.6 Crozz are expected to debut at the Shanghai Auto Show on 21st April, as VW continues its push into EVs.
Microsoft will be providing VW with the necessary cloud computing technology to help make its connected self-driving cars a reality.
The codenamed “Small BEV” could cost roughly $24 000, and would be a far more affordable electric vehicle from VW.
Volkswagen also showed off a new logo that the ID.3 will be the first to sport.
This latest tool from VW serves as a working skeleton for designers to work on EVs.
VW’s entire fleet of sharable cars will be electric and include other mobile concepts.
Volkswagen’s I.D. Buzz concept is a sleek, electrically-powered hippy microbus.
Tesla CEO slates Apple during and interview about the future of electric cars.