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Official: Volkswagen will launch the ID.1 in 2027, an electric car that will cost less than 20,000 euros

In mid-2025, Volkswagen will start manufacturing the production version of the recently presented prototype in Martorell (Barcelona). ID. 2all concept, an electric utility vehicle that promises a starting price of less than 25,000 euros before aid. With this model, the German firm seeks to make electric mobility accessible to the bulk of the European public.

As reported Coach, the ID. 2all will be available with two batteries, a 38 kWh LFP (lithium-ironphosphate) and another 56 kWh NCM (nickel, cobalt, manganese). With the first it will be around 300km WLTP of autonomy, while with the second it will reach about 450km WLTP. As for the charge, it is expected to go from 10 to 80% in just 20 minutes.

Despite the enormous ambition of this model, the manufacturer is aware that it will not be accessible enough for a significant percentage of customers. For this reason, the company has confirmed that it is developing an electric car that is even cheaper than It will arrive in 2027 with a price of less than 20,000 euros.

thomas schaferCEO of the brand, has announced that “should arrive in 2026, 2027”. Although Volkswagen is considering sharing a platform with another manufacturer, everything seems to indicate that it will opt for its own architecture. “I think we can do it alone”. It is not clear if the chosen base will be the MEB Entry already seen in the ID. 2all concept.

VW ID. 2all concept

The Volkswagen ID.1 could be renamed ID. pole

The manager has dropped the possibility that his final name is not ID.1 as previously rumored. Previous information indicates that the final denomination could be ID. pole. “The Polo is very successful and one of our icons, and we are going to use that concept vehicle in the future as well. We don’t know yet if we will use the same name. We are working on these iconic names to make sense of the future product line.”

Something similar will happen with the ID. 2all concept, which instead of being called ID.2 in its final version, could be baptized as ID. Golf. And it is that, despite the fact that the concept car (4.05 meters) is smaller than the current Golf (4.28 meters), offers equivalent habitability and a larger trunk thanks to its electric nature, which allows it to make better use of the interior space.

While it is not confirmed if the ID.1/ID. Polo will be assembled in Europe, it is likely that it will end up being made in Spain, since it has recently been known that the company is studying the award of a third electric model to its local plants in addition to the ID. Golf and ID. Roc.

Source | automobilwoche

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