The Wagen That’s Not for the Volk Anymore, by Eric Peters

Volkswagen has lost its way. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Some people think that those who’ve been “vaccinated” are already dead – because they will be, soon.

Could the same be true of Volkswagen?

The manufacture of cars for the people – it’s literally what Volkswagen means, in German – announced the other day that it will stop making about 60 percent of the models in its current inventory, all of them the combustion-engined ones that people can afford to buy, in order to focus on “premium” cars, all of them electric, that only a few people can afford to buy.

“The key target is not growth,” said VW’s finance chief Arno Antlitz.

Well, that was tried before – though not intentionally.

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One response to “The Wagen That’s Not for the Volk Anymore, by Eric Peters

  1. In America nobody drives a VW except lunatic horrible drivers who want to pretend they’re driving a BMW but can’t afford it. So I guess it makes sense on some level that VW decide to appeal to lunatics by going into electric lithium battery bombs that pretend to be cars.

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