Firstly, the ID. 2all concept car promises a starting price of below 25.000 euros, with a range of as much as 450 kilometers and a front wheel drive power system.
The production version will be based on the MEB Entry platform and this is one of ten new electric models that Volkswagen will launch by 2026, official statements say.
Thomas Schäfer, CEO of Volkswagen Passenger Cars, said that "the ID. 2all shows where we want to take the brand. We want to be close to the customer and offer top technology in combination with fantastic design. We are implementing the transformation at pace to bring electric mobility to the masses."
The production version of the ID. 2all will be showcased by the German carmaker sometime in 2025.
With the enhanced MEB Entry platform, the ID. 2all is equipped with an efficient power drive, battery and charging technology. Its electric motor has an output of 166 kW/226 PS and will have a calculated WLTP range of up to 450 kilometers.
The car's design is partly inspired by the first generation of the Golf, thanks to the signature C-pillar shape. At the same time, the ID. 2all will have a pretty generous boot space of 490 liters, which can be expanded all the way to 1.330 liters by folding the rear seats.
The German car brand plans to release ten more EV models by 2026, among which are a new ID.3, a longer wheelbase version of the ID. Buzz and an all-new ID.7.
More specifications of the ID. 2all include a charging time of 10 to 80% in just 20 minutes, while the top speed will be limited to 160 km/h.
Volkswagen isn't stopping here, however, as the manufacturer plans to introduce a sub 20.000 euros model, as well, in the form of the ID.1.
The upcoming affordable EV will be Polo-sized, which could use that nameplate, either in the form of a full battery-powered vehicle or as a hybrid version. The ID.1 could share some of the technological features of the ID. 2all for cost-saving.