Volkswagen has just launched its new Blue car, and the new thing is an electric car that is all about happiness.
The new Blue will go on sale in 2019, but we’re not going to know if the new Blue can compete with the Porsche 918 Spyder or the BMW M3 until later in the year.
The new Blue is called the Blue Passat, and it will be a plug-in hybrid vehicle with a range of about 75 miles on a single charge.
The Blue is a plug in hybrid, which means the vehicle will not use gasoline or diesel fuel, but will use energy from the sun to charge batteries that power the vehicle.
The first Blue is going to go on the road sometime this summer, but the company is also hoping to offer it in some other countries.
The company has partnered with Nissan to produce the car, but it is still unclear whether that will be the first Blue sold in the United States.
The electric car will have some big rivals in the form of the Nissan Leaf and the Volkswagen e-Golf.
The Leaf is the more expensive of the two, and its range is slightly larger, but its price tag is much lower than the Blue.
Volkswagen is looking to compete with these two high-end models.
But the Blue is not a competition.
It is about being happy, said VW Chief Executive Matthias Mueller.
The goal of the Blue was to do something to help people who are unhappy and frustrated.
“Our philosophy is that when you’re unhappy you should do something that’s good,” said Mueller.
“The goal is to help you become happier.
I think this is the best way to achieve that.”
The company says it will offer a range that is as close as possible to that of the Porsche or BMW.
It will offer fuel economy ratings ranging from 20 to 50 miles per gallon, and Mueller says the Blue will be able to achieve those figures.
But some will be disappointed by the Blue’s range.
The company has said that it is aiming to have the Blue as a standard model in 2019.
The Blue is priced at $57,400.
The White is a little more affordable, but with a lower price tag, Mueller says.
The price of the vehicle is based on the number of battery packs that the car can store in the engine bay.
But Mueller says that the battery packs in the Blue won’t have enough power to get the vehicle to a top speed of about 200 miles per hour.
The range of the car will be based on an EPA rating, but that’s likely to be different than the EPA ratings for the Tesla Model 3, which is expected to cost $35,000.
The car’s range also isn’t likely to get any smaller, because it will have a lithium-ion battery pack, which Mueller says will have up to 250 miles of range.
The only reason that you would want to buy the Blue if you’re looking to save a little bit of money is if you like to cruise at 80 miles per day, Mueller said.
But that is not the focus of the new vehicle.
It’s about helping people be happy, Mueller told reporters in a conference call on Thursday.
“The Blue concept is very important to us, and we think that our Blue concept will be really important to our business in the future,” Mueller said, according to Reuters.
The news came a day after the company unveiled a new, redesigned version of the 918 and 918 Turbo.
The 918 is expected in 2019 and will be offered in four colors, a new model and a brand new model.
The Turbo is expected late in the 2020s and will have an interior with a new leather, carbon fiber and carbon-fiber exterior.
The redesigned 918 will go into production in 2019 or 2020, and an all-new 918e is expected later this year.