Volkswagen ID 2024. The electric car Aero revealed: price, specifications and release date
The four-door sedan, first introduced as the ID. The Vizzion concept in 2019 will likely be called the ID.6 when it goes on sale in the first half of 2024. It will cap Volkswagen’s growing lineup of electric cars, which currently consists of the ID.3 sedan, SUVs ID.4 and ID.5 and ID. MPV Buzz.
No photos of ID. Aero’s interior has been revealed, but it’s expected to offer seating for five, and infotainment will likely be similar to that offered in existing ID cars.
In the ID.5, the most recent model we’ve driven, infotainment is presented on a 12.0-inch touchscreen that sits high on the dash and is controllable by touch or recognition. natural voice. Wireless mirroring of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphones is expected, along with enough USB ports to keep your family’s devices charged.
The production-ready ID.6 should be able to recharge at the same 135kW rate as the ID.4 and ID.5, meaning a 10-80% recharge could take around half a minute. hour if you can find a suitable battery. powerful charging station.
No pricing has been revealed for the ID.6, but as the flagship of Volkswagen’s electric car range it should start from around £60,000. It’s about the same as a top-end Model 3 in today’s money, and more than the i4.
Despite the upcoming ban on the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars in 2030, it is not believed that the ID.6 will indirectly replace the Volkswagen Passat executive car. Instead, the model is expected to continue in plug-in hybrid form until around 2035.
A station wagon version of the ID.6, based on the 2019 ID. The Space Vizzion concept car is also planned, but won’t be released until 2025 at the earliest. As with all other ID badge models, hot GTX versions of the sedan and station wagon are also on the way.
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