VW's first compact electric car with long-range range can be registered for early delivery this month. What the finished ID.3 will look like is still open – so far only camouflaged prototypes are on the road. Now current pre-production vehicles were photographed.
Several ID.3s were photographed and filmed, including the electricity tap at a station of the German fast-charging joint venture Ionity. The scanned vehicles continue to be camouflaged, but in comparison with the prototypes presented last, they are already much closer to series production:
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Опубліковано emobly П'ятниця, 24 травня 2019 р.
Oh ho the second Volkswagen ID.3 i see today
Опубліковано NoMiEV mobility Четвер, 23 травня 2019 р.
VW has for the first series of the new electric car family ID. received in the first 24 hours after opening the order books over 10,000 registrations with a deposit of 1000 euros. Less than a week later, the Wolfsburg report over 15,000 serious buyers. This already accounts for more than half of the total pre-booking quota of 30,000 vehicles.
With the ID.3, a VW model is offered for the first time over a year before the market launch. Initially available exclusively is the limited special edition "ID.3 1ST" with medium energy storage. With a total of three battery sizes of the series ranges from 330 to 550 kilometers to WLTP are possible. According to VW, the ID.3 1ST can cover 420 kilometers with one load.
The base price of the ID.3 should amount to less than 30,000 euros in Germany, the ID.3 1ST should cost "less than 40,000 euros". Buyers of the edition can receive free of charge electricity for a year up to a maximum of 2000 kWh at numerous public charging stations. The production car will be unveiled at the IAA in mid-September. The binding order for the first vehicles will start in Germany in April 2020, with delivery scheduled to start in mid-2020.
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