Volkswagen’s new car called Volkswagen ID. is the first electric car that the company has mass produced. This car will have a lot of good competition like Hyundai Kona Electric, Kia e-Niro, and Nissan Leaf. The reservation plan was revealed at a press conference by Jurgen Stackmann who is a brand board member for sales. He said that the first stage of the electric car (ID) will get underway on May 8, 2019, and that’s what the prebooking for ID. will start. And customers who would like to be the very first ID. owner can make a downpayment to secure the early production of VW’s first electric car’s early unit.
He also said that it would be improbable if the launch edition is already sold out before ID. is unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the numbers reported by their dealers are indicating that.
As for the engine, it will likely have around 120bhp from its electric motor. Carbuyer says that VW will offer three different battery sizes. The first version will use a 48kWh battery for a range of 205 miles, and the mid-range will be a 55kWh model that will be capable of 250 miles. Last but not least will be a 62kWh range-topper managing a WLTP-certified 342 miles of range.
The car will offer both AC as well as DC charging which will be at the rear. AC charging will offer (7.2kW and 11kW), as well as DC charging at up to 125kW. The price of this car hasn’t been revealed, but its reservation will begin 8 May this also implies to rest of Europe. The price of their car will begin from under £26,000.