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Volkswagen is set to open the first new car dealership in the Polaris area.

In a revival of a 2015 proposal, Germain Automotive Partnership has announced plans to build a 26,000-square-foot Volkswagen dealership on the 7.5 acre parcel at the northeast corner of Polaris Parkway and Worthington Road.

The new dealership, officially dubbed “Germain Volkswagen of Polaris, is set to facilitate a unique experience with a strong emphasis on Volkswagen’s new electric vehicle (EV) lineup.

The site is to feature a new vehicle showroom and service facilities with 378 spaces for inventory and parking, 10 EV charging stations, a full height green wall, and a multi-use park area with a pavilion.

Volkswagen has been making significant strides in the realm of electric vehicles (EVs). This move represents a critical part of Volkswagen’s strategy to address environmental challenges while meeting the evolving demands of the automotive market.

The company’s commitment to electric mobility is embodied in its “Transform 2025+” strategy, which includes a plan to launch more than 30 electric models by the year 2025. Volkswagen aims to become a worldwide market leader in e-mobility and has set the goal of selling around one million electric vehicles per year by 2025.

One of the standout models in Volkswagen’s electric vehicle lineup is the ID.4. This all-electric SUV combines the versatility of a modern SUV with the sustainable performance of an electric vehicle. With features such as fast charging capabilities, long-range driving, and an intuitive, tech-forward interior, the ID.4 represents Volkswagen’s vision for the future of electric mobility.

Furthermore, Volkswagen’s electric vehicles are built on their modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform. This platform, designed specifically for electric vehicles, allows for a flexible vehicle architecture, accommodating a variety of vehicle sizes and types, from compact cars to SUVs.

More information will be released soon on the new dealership location.

Source: Polaris Centers of Commerce; Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

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