Volkswagen shows ID. 2all concept

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Volkswagen shows ID.  2all concept

The affordable EV with Polo looks will come in 2025

The most popular Volkswagen is no longer the Golf. In recent years, the Polo has topped the sales lists of the German manufacturer. Like all models, the Polo will eventually not escape the EV transition. No matter how much the German government, no doubt at the insistence of the local car industry, also insists in Europe on an exception to the proposed legislation that no new cars with combustion engines may be sold from 2035 onwards.

ID. 2all will again be a real ‘car for the people’

Well, however that will turn out, Volkswagen, like many competitors, is working hard on the development of electric cars for the people. This week the manufacturer from Wolfsburg showed the following concept model, the ID. 2all. That should be the first really affordable electric Volkswagen, and therefore really a car for the people. The price list of the ID.2all starts below 25,000 euros. For that money you get a front-wheel drive electric car with 226 hp and a range of 450 kilometers.

You cannot deny that the ID. 2all will most likely be the electric successor to the popular Polo, both in terms of dimensions and appearance. In fact, Volkswagen itself calls the model ‘as spacious as the Golf and as affordable as the Polo’. Of course, at the moment it’s not much more than a concept, but I can’t imagine the final ID. 2all, which will be in showrooms in 2025, will look very much different.

The ID. 2all will be an affordable EV with the looks of the popular Polo.

Development ID. 2all

The development of the ID. 2all is based on the latest version of the Modular Electric Drive (MEB) platform. The ID. 2all will also be the first front-wheel drive MEB model. The top speed is limited to 160 km/h and it will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 7 seconds.

“We are rapidly and radically transforming the company – with the clear goal of making Volkswagen a true Love Brand. The ID. 2all concept shows where we want to go with the brand. We want to be close to the customer and offer top technology in combination with great design. We are steadily advancing the transformation to bring electric mobility to the masses,” said Thomas Schäfer, CEO of Volkswagen Passenger Cars.

The ID. 2all will not remain the cheapest EV that VW has planned. The manufacturer says that it is also working on a model with a price tag below 20,000 euros

The interior of the ID. 2all

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