A new chapter in the history of Volkswagen. The third great chapter in the history of Volkswagen starts with the ID.3. Just like the first Beetle and the Golf Mk1, the all-electric compact car represents the start of a new era: it is the first electric car to offer unrestricted everyday usability while at the same time being affordable for millions of customers.
The modular electric drive matrix (MEB) on which the ID.3 is based serves as the technical foundation for the electric offensive and will permit realisation of many more electric models. The MEB fully exploits the possibilities offered by a fully electric drive: it provides the ID.3 with a very generously sized interior, powerful driving performance and ranges of up to 549 km (in WLTP). The fast charging capability is another strength when driving long distances.
Two model variants. The ID.3 will initially be launched on the market in two variants with differently sized batteries. The ID.3 Pro Performance will be priced from 35,574.95 euros and the ID.3 Pro S from 40,936.31 euros. Customers in Germany can additionally deduct a gross grant of 9,480 euros from these prices. What is more, the running costs are significantly below the level of a conventional car.
Volkswagen’s electric offensive is underway. The age of electric mobility will be intelligent, innovative and sustainable, and the system changeover at Volkswagen is in full swing: in the next four years, the Group will invest around 33 billion euros in electric mobility, 11 billion euros of which will be allocated to its largest brand. Volkswagen Group plans to launch up to 75 fully electric models by 2029 and to sell around 26 million electric vehicles in this period. An entire ecosystem of sustainable electric mobility will be established around these cars.