Every ID. model features driving modes B and D. B (for brake) is suited to the city: When you take your foot off the throttle, the car regenerates power – it uses the electric motor in the rear to brake, converting the kinetic energy into electrical energy, which is then stored in the battery. D (for drive), on the other hand, is the programme for motorways and major roads – here, the car continues to ‘sail’ when you take your foot off the throttle. Using kinetic energy to cover large distances is the most efficient way to move.
Nine tips for greater range
with ID. models in winter
Reduce loss of range with an all-electric ID. model in the winter, without compromising on comfort – is that possible? It is if you follow our nine tips.