Volkswagen competes with Tesla with new electric model |  NOW

Volkswagen competes with Tesla with new electric model | NOW


Volkswagen has an ID on Monday. Aero presented, a research model that is expected to enter production in an unchanging state. For the electric sedan, the German brand will compete with the Tesla Model 3 for the first time. The new Volkswagen electric is on the market by 2023.

Although many new electric cars have an SUV or a high-end crossover, there seems to be a realization in the car industry that you can get many types of extra steering by making lower and more updated models. Earlier this month, Mercedes-Benz ran no less than 1,202 miles on a Vision EQXX slippery battery, and that at an average speed of 83 miles per hour.

Also ID. Aero, which will probably get another name, has an almost smooth body. In part because of this, the car can travel up to 620 kilometers with a 77-kilowatt-hour battery pack, according to Volkswagen. The smallest but the highest identifier.3 is 553 km long with the same battery pack depending on the manufacturer.

Identity. Aero will be launched for the first time in China, a key market for Volkswagen. But later in 2023, European production will also begin in Emden, Germany.

And ID. Aero also covers BMW and Hyundai.


And ID.  Aero also covers BMW and Hyundai.

And ID. Aero also covers BMW and Hyundai.

Photo: Volkswagen

He is not the successor of Passat

Electric sedans are very rare. The Tesla 3 model is the most popular model. Thanks in part to the lack of competition, the small Tesla finished in the top ten best-selling cars in the world by 2021. Meanwhile, BMW has a counterpart in i4 form and later this month Hyundai will present IONIQ 6. The final car will also have a much improved look. based on the first detailed images.

Despite his body shape, the identity. Aero is not the successor to the famous Volkswagen Passat. In fact, the German brand is currently putting the final touches on the new Passat, which will only get the combustion engines. It is true that the heir will only be sold as a station car.

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