Earlier this week, Volkswagen revealed more information at the pre-booking launch press conference in Berlin for the new Volkswagen ID.
The ID.3 1st Edition
Customers now have the option to pre-order the Volkswagen ID.3 1st Edition ahead of its launch in Summer 2020! The 1st edition offers an electric range of up to 260 miles in accordance with WLTP* as this trim will be delivered with the medium-sized battery (58 kWh, net). As standard with this trim you can expect Voice Control, Standard Navigation, LED Matrix Headlights and a contrast colour roof; there’s likely upgrade options of a panoramic glass roof and an augmented reality head-up display to guide you easily to your locations.
Aside from all of the technological features which will wow you into a realm of futuristic heaven, the Volkswagen ID. runs on zero emissions meaning you’ll be leaving a sustainable carbon footprint wherever you travel! What’s even better is during the first year of ownership, drivers will be able to take advantage of 2,000kWh of fast free charging! For UK drivers, this will work on the IONITY fast-charging networks!
Volkswagen have only confirmed that the price for the 1st Edition will be “less than €40,000 in Germany”, a UK price is yet to be confirmed.
Starting The Electric Charge…
So how do you go about securing one of the 1st Edition models? There are 2 options:
- You can make the process simple and pop into your local Pulman Volkswagen site based in either Durham or Sunderland and we will help you to pre-order your new Volkswagen ID.
- You can logon to the ID Pre-booking system from the Volkswagen site.
The choice is yours, but we find option 1 easier! After you have signed up, you’ll receive regular updates and exclusive news before anyone else about the new Volkswagen ID. You’ll also be invited to exclusive events. Production for the 1st Edition models will begin at the end of 2019.
Time To Pull The Plug…
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* Forecast range for the driving cycles as per the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) on the roller dynamometer (not a series version). The WLTP range for series vehicles can vary depending on the vehicle equipment. The actual range achieved under real conditions varies depending on the driving style, speed, use of comfort features or auxiliary equipment, ambient temperature, number of passengers/load, and terrain. However, depending on the usage profile, 80% of the drivers will be able to drive between 186 and 260 miles with the mid-sized battery variant (58 kWh, net) without having to recharge.