The all-electric ID.3 is almost here. ID.3 marks the beginning of a new, dynamic era in the world of e-mobility. Electrifying performance meets groundbreaking design and longer ranges. For people looking for change. The future is ready and waiting. Step on board.
No gear shifts means driving in the ID.3 is smooth, responsive and most importantly, fun. Welcome to a new era of sustainable driving.
The ID.3 comes with the choice of three battery sizes, small, medium and large, depending on how far and in what style you’d like to drive.
The Volkswagen ID. is designed for everyone. That’s why the all-electric ID.3 offers cutting edge technology at a price that is comparable with traditional petrol and diesel cars.
The ID.3’s fast charging batteries have an impressive range of up to 340 miles (WLTP tested). Now you can take longer journeys without that nagging range anxiety.
ID.Light communicates with you visually and makes it easier for you to navigate through traffic, together with the optional navigation system. If you use voice control, a light signal will respond to your voice. When you leave your ID.3, the ID.Light says goodbye – with a smart light signal.
One charge will cover - your travel to work, dropping the kids off at school on the way and coming home at night. Each of the three potential battery sizes for the ID.3 can handle this no problem. You can choose between 45 kWh, 58 kWh or 77 kWh. And that’s not all: the medium battery can recharge a range of up to approx. 260 miles in 30 mins, in quick charge mode with DC (direct current) with 100 kW performance. And with the biggest battery (77 kWh, net), you can travel up to 340 miles on full charge. Everything is now possible.¹
¹ Predicted range for going through cycles in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) on chassis dynamometer (no series status). WLTP range values for standard vehicles may vary depending on equipment. In practice, the actual range varies depending on driving style, speed, use of convenience/auxiliary equipment, outside temperature, number of passengers/additional load, and topography.