Why Volkswagen Is Beating Tesla In Europe

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CNBC published this video item, entitled “Why Volkswagen Is Beating Tesla In Europe” – below is their description.

In the U.S., Tesla dominates the conversation around electric vehicles, but in Europe, it’s a different story. Germany-based Volkswagen Group has risen from the ashes of its 2015 emissions scandal to become the EV market leader in Europe, where it has an edge thanks to local manufacturing, brand familiarity, and cheaper price points. But whether Volkswagen can broaden its appeal to become the global EV leader remains to be seen.

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