Volkswagen's ID3 ready to hit the streets

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Volkswagen's ID3 is ready to hit the streets. The golf-cart sized all-electric sedan is aiming squarely at the mass market and will boast a maximum 340 miles of range with a price tag around £30,000. The car is the first built on the automaker's new all-electric platform. Don’t  start saving up yet: Volkswagen says it has no plans to bring the EV to the U.S. market.

Nearly 1,000 Amazon employees plan to walk off the job to protest what they see as Amazon's lack of action on climate change. Employees calling themselves "Amazon Employees for Climate Justice" posted a letter online Monday demanding Amazon stop donations to climate change deniers, stop contracts with fossil fuel companies, and test electric vehicles. The walkout is planned for Sept. 20.

Make sure your Lady M Cake is #genuine before posting pictures of it online. A delivery driver for boutique bakery Lady M stole and resold nearly $90,000 worth in cakes. The driver had access to Lady M’s storage warehouse, but was caught on camera, and through WiFi, swiped the sweets and sold them to vendors, a lawsuit alleges. The bakery's signature is its instagrammable -and expensive- layer cake made of crepes, with a nine- inch cake selling for up to $90.

 

 

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