Volkswagen is testing the I.D. electric hatchbackDecember 25, 2018
It is known that the initial equipment of the German car with zero emissions will receive a battery, the capacity of which will allow to drive 330 km on a single charge. A fully electric car will be sold in the automotive markets of Europe.
A couple of minutes ago, foreign automotive publications kindly shared with us “spy” photos from tests of the next German news. This is a fully electric Volkswagen I.D. hatchback, the prototype of which was presented back in 2016 at the automobile showroom in Paris (France).
It is reported that the ecological model of the German brand was seen in South Africa and, unfortunately, the test car was covered with a dense layer of camouflage.
According to the current management plans of Volkswagen, the start of mass production of new items with zero emissions starts in a year. Our friend insiders tell us that Volkswagen I.D. will be tested in different conditions and in different parts of our planet.
At the moment, it is known that the all-electric hatchback will be sold on the automotive market in Europe, but in the US the road has been ordered, at least for now. About the plans of the automaker’s management about the beginnings of sales of this electric vehicle in our country is not yet known.
Finally, I note that Volkswagen I.D. In the basic configuration, it will be offered with a battery with a capacity of 48 kWh, which will allow it to travel a distance of 330 km on a single charge. It is expected that in more expensive models, this figure may increase to 600 km
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