Video: Volkswagen ID. first drive by Fully Charged


Fully Charged was present at and illustration showing the Volkswagen ID. in Africa alongside the Top Gear magazine along with a handful of German journalists.

It’s very unusual for any individual outside a large car manufacturer to go to drive an exam vehicle. Volkswagen have cars running in South Africa and Lapland at this point. Incredibly hot and extremely cold climates.

The Volkswagen ID. is a modest, Golf sized hatch back that could cost quite like the VW diesel Golf.

The motor (driving the back wheels) produces around 180 hp, so it’s impressively nippy. It’s an electric vehicle with regardless of whether 330 or 500 kilometer range (206 or 312 miles) in line with the new WLTP measurements, which from experience means around 190 or 295 miles in real world conditions.

Volkswagen’s electric offensive is based on the modular electric drive matrix (MEB), a technology platform developed specifically for electric vehicles.

Production of your Volkswagen ID., the first series vehicle depending on the MEB, will become in Zwickau at the conclusion of 2019. It’s crucial that you highlight that car won’t come in showrooms until early 2020.

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