Volkswagen ID.2 concept car released, is it a real pure electric golf?
Volkswagen has officially released ID.2all concept car. The new car is positioned as an entry-level hatchback. Unlike ID.3, which is also a hatchback, it uses Volkswagen MEB Entry platform, which is a front-wheel drive platform. The price is expected to will be controlled at 25,000 euros within.
You can see ID's strong family style in exterior design. The lines are stiffer than those of ID.3. The front panel uses a strip of penetrating light. Three-dimensional front panel. The design of front bumper is relatively traditional: in addition to retaining lower air intake grille in middle, both sides also feature a sporty aerodynamic design, making entire front end in line with the aesthetics of today's youth.
If you don't specify it, you might mistakenly think it's a three-door car. The designer cleverly hides tailgate handle. Although it's not a groundbreaking design, it's incorporated into this ID.2all concept car, effect is not bad.
The penetrating taillight also uses a rigid style, and creation of a three-dimensional effect is still main goal. In addition to three-dimensional shape of indoor LED strip, three-dimensional effect of glowing car logo is also very strong. The combination of several groups of elements Let it become more distinct after descent.
The interior design continues simple style of ID family. The multimedia system in car consists of two screens, which basically correspond to existing ID models. The interior of ID.2all concept car still retains physical buttons and uses a manual-type shift mechanism that is not unlike regular ID-series models.
In terms of iron, length, width and height of new car is 4050X1812X1530 mm, and wheelbase is 2600 mm, which is smaller than current Golf in size, but wheelbase data is not much different. The front motor has a maximum output of 222 horsepower, acceleration from zero to 100 kilometers is expected to be less than 7 seconds, and a WLTP range of 450 km.
The production version of Volkswagen ID.2all will be introduced in 2025, with an official launch date in 2026. This entry-level model would be considered all-electric successor to Golf. Since major manufacturers have stopped making their small cars, traditional small car market seems to be in decline, but when engines are added to these small cars, they find a new direction. It simply won't be introduced until 2026. For booming new energy vehicle market, that waiting time is indeed relatively long. At that time, it may have to face new products from brands like Tesla that will run into trouble. In terms of domestic market, Volkswagen currently does not have a clear implementation plan. For an electric car worth 25,000 euros, its price will be a test of Volkswagen's ability to make decisions, and competition it will face will also be greater.