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Volkswagen ID.4 Has A Special Place At The Petersen Museum


We’re big fans of the Petersen Museum. During the pandemic it made coloring books available to kids, and even now it’s opening its doors to first responders and their families. The VW electric exhibit will join “Reclaimed Rust: The James Hetfield Collection,” an exhibit on Chip Ganassi racing, and a new supercar section.

The Electric Future exhibit has five rooms showing how Volkswagen’s modular electric drive matrix, or MEB platform, was created, the variety of models built, the flexible nature of the platform and how vehicles will be assembled. Wait, is this a factory tour or an art exhibit?

Each room will feature multimedia displays where “visitors have a variety of engaging ways to visualize new challenges faced by modern automakers and explore what driving will look like in the future.” The final room will now feature the ID.4 and let visitors look inside.





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