Volkswagen has unveiled its latest concept car, the ID. 2all. It is designed to be affordable, with a price tag of less than 25,000 euros. The ID. 2all showcases Volkswagen's new design language and is expected to pave the way for the company's future EV models.
The ID. 2all boasts a range of up to 450 km, making it a practical choice for everyday use.
The production model will be based on the new MEB Entry platform and will have front-wheel drive.
The ID. 2all represents Volkswagen's commitment to sustainability and its desire to make EVs accessible to everyone. Volkswagen is accelerating its EV offensive with plans to launch ten new electric models by 2026. The ID. 2all, which was today unveiled as a concept car, will be one of these models. The company has already introduced the ID.3 and plans to launch the ID. Buzz with long wheelbase and the ID.7 this year. In 2026, Volkswagen will launch a compact electric SUV.
Despite the challenges, Volkswagen is also working on an EV priced at less than 20,000 euros, which will make it more accessible to consumers.
Technical data of the ID. 2all
Drive: MEB Entry, front-wheel drive
Output: 166 kW / 226 PS
Range: approx. 450 km (WLTP)
Charging time: 10 to 80% in approx. 20 min.
0–100 km/h < 7 s
Top speed: 160 km/h
Length: 4,050 mm
Width: 1,812 mm
Height: 1,530 mm
Wheelbase: 2,600 mm
Storage volume: 490 to 1,330 l
Wheels: 225/40 R20