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Volkswagen ID.3

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Volkswagen ID.3
Volkswagen ID.3 at IAA 2019 IMG 0211.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerVolkswagen
Production2019–present[1]
AssemblyGermany: Zwickau (Volkswagen Zwickau-Mosel Plant)[1]
DesignerMarc Lichte (concept)
Klaus Zyciora
Body and chassis
ClassSmall family car hatchback (C)
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutRear motor, rear-wheel drive
PlatformVolkswagen Group MEB
RelatedCupra el-Born
Powertrain
Electric motor
TransmissionSingle-speed
Battery
  • Name Net (kWh) Gross (kWh)
  • Pure    45              48
  • Pro      58              62
  • Pro S   77              82
Electric range
  • WLTP range:[3]
  • 45 kWh: up to 330 km (205 mi)
  • 58 kWh: up to 420 km (260 mi)
  • 77 kWh: up to 550 km (340 mi)
Plug-in charging
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,765 mm (108.9 in)
Length4,262 mm (167.8 in)
Width1,809 mm (71.2 in)
Height1,552 mm (61.1 in)
Curb weight1,600 kg (3,500 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorVolkswagen e-Golf

The Volkswagen ID.3 is a compact (C-segment) electric car produced by Volkswagen based on the MEB platform and the first model of the I.D. Series. It was unveiled on 9 September 2019 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, after being first shown as the I.D. concept car at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. Deliveries to retail customers began in Germany in September 2020.[4]

I.D. Concept

The ID.3 was previewed as a concept car called the Volkswagen I.D. with hatchback body type. and was first shown at the September 2016 Paris Motor Show. It was the first concept model of the new all-electric I.D. sub-brand. According to Volkswagen, the I.D. featured innovations such as virtual wing mirrors (using video cameras), "chocolate bar" battery design, and retractable LiDAR sensors used for autonomous driving,[5] not all of which made it to the production version.

Production model

In May 2019, Volkswagen confirmed[6] the production model based on this prototype was named Volkswagen ID.3, instead of the rumoured I.D. Neo name, and officially presented at the International Motor Show Germany in September 2019.[7] The ID.3 is one of five new Volkswagen models based on the MEB platform. Smaller cars bearing the ID.1 and ID.2 names are expected, and bigger models will range from ID.4 to ID.9. Volkswagen has also applied for trademark protection of an additional "X", supposedly for a SUV.[8] Reservations (€1000) for the launch model of the ID.3 started on the 8 May 2019, which are set to be delivered in midyear 2020,[3] whereas the base model, expected to cost under €30,000, will be delivered in 2021. Volkswagen names high expected demand as a reason.[9] It received 10,000 buyer reservations within 24 hours after the opening[10] and 30,000 before the unveiling at IAA 2019.[11] Retail deliveries began in Germany in September 2020.[4]

The production version of the ID.3 was unveiled on 9 September 2019 at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA), along with the new Volkswagen logo and branding.[12] The cars are assembled at Volkswagen's Zwickau factory, where the company expects to produce the full plant capacity (330,000 cars per year) from 2021 onwards.[13][14]

Interior
Interior
Volkswagen ID.3 1st
Volkswagen ID.3 1st
Rear view
Rear view

Specifications

Three different battery choices will be offered with the ID.3.

Name Net capacity Gross capacity Number of seats WLTP range[2] Real world range[3] Charging power (AC) Charging power (DC)
Pure 45 kWh 48 kWh 5 Up to 330 km (205 mi) 230 to 330 km (145–205 mi) 7.2 kW 50 kW (100 kW option)
Pro 58 kWh 62 kWh 5 Up to 420 km (260 mi) 300 to 420 km (185–260 mi) 11 kW 100 kW
Pro S 77 kWh 82 kWh 4 Up to 550 km (340 mi) 390 to 550 km (240–340 mi) 11 kW 125 kW

The 77 kWh variant will seat 4, the others 5, and all but the 77 kWh variant will have an optional panoramic roof that can be combined with a roof rack.[15]

The MEB platform will support up to 125 kW charging using CCS.[16] The 58 kWh version is said to support 100 kW charging.[3]

The drag coefficient of the car is 0.267 and the minimum turning circle is 10.2 metres (33 ft).[17]

It will be available in 3 different trim levels, namely ID.3 1st, ID.3 1st Plus and ID.3 1st Max. The battery size and powertrain will remain the same across all 3 trim levels, however there will be different levels of equipment, styling options and wheels. The wheels provided are: 18 in (460 mm) for ID.3 1st (215/55R18), 19 in (480 mm) for ID.3 1st Plus (215/50R19) and 20 in (510 mm) for ID.3 1st Max (215/45R20).

Software issues

In early 2020 it was announced that delivery of the ID.3 was going to be delayed until at least September 2020 due to software errors that VW had yet to be able to resolve. Some stripped down cars may be delivered in September with cloud connected ones likely not being delivered until the end of 2020.[18][19]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Production of ID.3 at Zwickau plant to start in November". Volkswagen Newsroom. Volkswagen AG. 6 September 2019. Retrieved 6 September 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "Vision made reality:  world premiere of the ID.3". Volkswagen Newsroom. Volkswagen AG. 9 September 2019. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d "Now you can: the new ID.3 1ST". Volkswagen. Volkswagen AG. Archived from the original on 19 November 2019. Retrieved 6 September 2019.
  4. ^ a b Kane, Mark (2020-09-11). "Volkswagen Starts Deliveries Of ID.3 1ST". InsideEVs.com. Retrieved 2020-09-14.
  5. ^ "Fully Charged - VW ID Buzz". YouTube. Retrieved 24 May 2019.
  6. ^ "Volkswagen offers pre-booking for the first time". Volkswagen Newsroom. Retrieved 24 May 2019.
  7. ^ Ltd, Newspress. "Revolutionary Volkswagen I.D. Electric Concept Car Makes Its World Debut At The Paris Motor Show: Volkswagen Media Centre". Volkswagen Media Centre.
  8. ^ Holger Wittich, Thomas Harloff (2019-10-14). "VW ID.1 und ID.2 (2023)" (in German).
  9. ^ Schwuchow, Oliver (2019-03-12). "VW ID.3: Elektroauto kann ab dem 8. Mai vorbestellt werden".
  10. ^ https://techcrunch.com/2019/05/09/vws-new-electric-hatchback-receives-10000-pre-orders-in-first-24-hours
  11. ^ "More than 30,000 reservations for the ID.3 1ST edition". Volkswagen Newsroom. Volkswagen AG. 4 September 2019. Retrieved 6 September 2019.
  12. ^ "Volkswagen unveils new brand design and logo". Volkswagen Newsroom. 2019-09-09.
  13. ^ Werwitzke, Cora (2018-11-15). "VW fertigt in Zwickau künftig 330.000 E-Modelle pro Jahr". electrive.net.
  14. ^ "Our Volkswagen ID.3 Factory Tour Photo Album". CleanTechnica. 6 November 2019.
  15. ^ Kane, Mark (2020-01-13). "VW Confirms ID.3 With Biggest Battery Seats Only Four: New Details". insideevs.com. Retrieved 2020-02-22.
  16. ^ "All about the MEB". Volkswagen. 2019-09-18.
  17. ^ "Uusi ID.3. Nyt voit varata omasi". Volkswagen (in Finnish). Uudet mittasuhteet: Volkswagen. Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  18. ^ Shilling, Erik. "Volkswagen Has Bungled The Launch Of Its Most Important Car In Decades". Jalopnik. Retrieved 16 June 2020.
  19. ^ Boston, William. "Volkswagen Delays Key Electric Car Launch Amid Software Troubles". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 16 June 2020.
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