Volkswagen ID card. 2all concept EV breaks the shell; previews people’s electric cars

Volkswagen has finally unveiled its most affordable electric car yet, in the form of the ID. 2all concept, which looks like a rebadged version of a Polo or Golf with ID badges and an all-electric powertrain. The German automaker previewed people’s electric cars with this EV concept car. Volkswagen ID card. 2all EV concept is completely different from ID. September 2021 debut live.

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Updated on:
March 16, 2023 at 09:59 am

Volkswagen ID card. An electric vehicle derived from the 2all EV concept is expected to offer a range of 450 kilometers on a single charge.

The newly unveiled EV concept offers a glimpse into the future of electric vehicles that will arrive in Europe in 2025 and is expected to cost $26,400. The images revealed by the automaker are based on pre-production studies rather than future concept cars. After starting, Volkswagen ID. The 2all concept derivative electric vehicle will be the brand’s first FWD MEB model. Its styling heralds Volkswagen’s new design philosophy, which, according to the OEM’s head of design Andreas Mindt, is based on the three pillars of stability, likability and excitement. In size, Volkswagen ID. The 2all measures 4,050mm long, 1,812mm wide and 1,530mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,600mm.

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Speaking of its design, this EV looks compact and modern compared to other current VW models. The sharp and smooth LED headlights blend perfectly with the front fascia, which appears to have either a chrome frame or a black section. The headlamps top with stylish LED daytime running lights. Being an EV, it has an enclosed panel instead of a traditional radiator grille. The design of the 20-inch alloy wheels sitting under the raised wheel arches is not very noticeable when moving rearward; it has a thick LED light strip that runs through the center of the tailgate and connects the taillights. Additionally, a roof spoiler and rear windshield wipers can be seen in the images.

Inside the cabin, the EV Concept’s design is clean and simple thanks to a relatively clean dashboard, bridge-style center console, twin rectangular displays (including a 12.9-inch central touchscreen with a new menu structure) and a 10.9-inch digital cockpit. In addition, there is a large panoramic sunroof. Other features include a head-up display, a separate climate control panel with illuminated buttons below the main screen, and twin large inductive charging ports for smartphones on the center console. It also has a rotary dial on the center console that allows the driver to control various vehicle functions.

Volkswagen claims the car features power seats with massage function and a new multifunction steering wheel with dual thumbwheels and buttons. It has numerous USB-C ports scattered throughout the cabin.

Talking about the powertrain, Volkswagen says it has the ID. 2all will be on par with the base Golf GTI, offering a range of 450km on a single charge. Its front-axle-mounted electric motor produces a peak power of 222 horsepower, enabling the EV to sprint from 0-100 km/h in less than seven seconds. Using a DC fast charger, the battery can be charged 10-80% in 20 minutes.

First published date: March 16, 2023 at 09:59 AM CST

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