Volkswagen AG (VW) has introduced an all-electric vehicle, the ID.2all, to the European market at an affordable price point of under $30,000. The German automaker’s foray into the electric vehicle (EV) market will offer customers a cost-effective option for transitioning to a sustainable mode of transportation.
The ID.2all is based on the VW MEB platform and features a single electric motor with a range of up to 330 kilometers (205 miles) according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). The vehicle is equipped with a battery capacity of 48 kWh and a charging port that can be used to power up with a maximum output of up to 100 kW. It is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in approximately 8.5 seconds.
In terms of interior amenities, the ID.2all offers a digital cockpit and a 10-inch infotainment system. It also comes standard with an e-call system that can detect when the vehicle has been involved in an accident and automatically alert the authorities. Additionally, the ID.2all is equipped with a variety of driver assistance systems, such as lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control.
VW’s foray into the EV market is part of the company’s ambitious plan to become a leader in the electric vehicle sector. The ID.2all is just the first step in VW’s long-term strategy to transition to an all-electric fleet. With its competitive price point and comprehensive features, the ID.2all is sure to be a hit with European consumers.