Volkswagen ID.2all Electric Hatchback Revealed
Volkswagen has taken the wraps off the newest and entry-level member of its electric ID (Intelligent Design) family, the ID.2all. You can find out everything you need to know about Volkswagen’s smallest ID member here: –
Platform and Dimensions
- The Volkswagen ID.2all electric concept is based on the brand’s modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform.
- Dimensionally, it is 4,050mm long, 1,812mm wide, and 1,530mm tall, and has a 2,600mm long wheelbase.
- Compared to the global-spec VW Polo, the ID.2all is 24mm smaller in length.
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Battery, Range and Charging Time
- The battery capacity of the Volkswagen ID.2all hasn’t been revealed yet, but it is expected to have an estimated range of up to 450km.
- The Volkswagen ID.2all has a front-wheel-drive electric motor that cranks out a maximum power output of 226PS.
- It is the first MEB-based electric vehicle with a front-wheel drivetrain (FWD).
- In terms of performance, the upcoming electric hatch can complete the 0-100kmph sprint in less than seven seconds.
- Its top speed is electronically limited to 160 kmph.
- With the help of a DC fast charger, it can be charged from 10 to 80 per cent in around 20 minutes.
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Interior and Key Features
- The Volkswagen ID.2all electric concept has a minimalist interior layout, with dual displays taking centre stage.
- The notable features of the electric hatch comprise a flat-bottom steering wheel, floating touchscreen, digital driver’s display, ambient lighting, a rotary dial for the drive selector, and “play” and “pause” signs on the accelerator and brake pedals, respectively.