Volkswagen ID.2all is a harbinger of a new electric model that will replace the Polo hatchback. The electric car is capable of accelerating to 100 km / h in 7 seconds and driving 450 km without recharging.
The new Volkswagen ID.2all was presented in Germany. The concept car is a pre-production version of the future budget electric car. Details of the car were revealed on the official website of Volkswagen.
The electric car will replace the Volkswagen Polo
The Volkswagen ID.2 electric car will appear in 2025 and will cost up to 25,000 euros in the basic version. The B-class hatchback will become the successor to the Volkswagen Polo and is comparable in size to it.
Rear door handles hidden in roof pillars
Volkswagen ID.2all dimensions:
length – 4050 mm; width – 1812 mm; height – 1530 mm; wheelbase – 2600 mm.
An 11.9-inch touchscreen is installed on the center console
The new Volkswagen ID.2all resembles the Polo in silhouette, but looks more expressive. Its slanted headlights are connected by a diode strip, and the lights are stretched across the entire width of the body. The rear door handles are hidden in the roof pillars.
Trunk volume is 490-1330 l
The cabin has sports seats and a steering wheel bevelled at the bottom. The hatchback received a virtual instrument panel and a large 12.9-inch touchscreen. Trunk volume is 490-1330 liters.
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The Volkswagen electric car is built on a shortened MEB Entry platform. He received a 226-horsepower engine and accelerates to 100 km / h in 7 seconds, and its cruising range is 450 km. Fast charging the battery to 80% will take 20 minutes.
An interesting detail: although the ID.2 will be the cheapest Volkswagen electric car at the time of launch, an even more affordable model will appear in the future. It will cost about 20,000 euros.
Focus previously reported that Volkswagen and Porsche have created an electric minivan.
We also wrote that Audi presented their most exclusive electric car.
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