Rasavahini Car: Premiere at Volkswagen: This can be the first electric model “VW ID3”

Rasavahini Car: Premiere at Volkswagen: This can be the first electric model “VW ID3”

Rasavahini                                                                             “A new era of mobility” promises Volkswagen with the new VW ID3 – his first pure electric model, which presented the group at the IAA in Frankfurt. Group CEO Herbert Diess was also confident. “We will 2028 almost 58 bring new electric cars on the market,” he quoted the “mirror”. 22 Millions of electric cars would like to bring this up to date. (Also read: 9 electric concept cars that we would have liked to see on the street.)     VW ID3: a first look at the specifications The VW ID3 is the first car based on the modular electric drive kit (MEB). The electric model has a 150 kW (204 PS) strong electric motor. The underbody is fitted with a lithium-ion battery. The VW ID3 will be available in three different versions: the basic version, a medium version and a long-haul version. The basic version should be available for (******************) 000 Euro.     For the time being it should be the car in the middle version with a battery with 58 kWh storage capacity and a range of 420 kilometers. Later, a smaller battery with 58 kWh and a range of 330 kilometers and a larger battery with 77 kWh and 550 kilometers are available. (Also read: All information about the first E-Porsche.)     Production from autumn According to the manufacturer, the first edition of the ID3 will go into production from the autumn onwards and will be delivered from “Mitte 2020”. All let set.     Looking to the future With the ID3 – according to CEO Diess the first “on balance CO2-neutral vehicle in the world” – VW also wants to enhance its image. According to marketing director Jochen Sengpiehl, the brand should become “more empathetic, friendly and humane”. This is also reflected in the new VW logo, which looks two-dimensional and clearly more subtle than before. Diess left no doubt about the fact that VW will increasingly rely on electric cars: In the future, there would be no alternative to electric mobility, he said in his speech.                                                                                                               
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