Volkswagen's ID.2all concept car is a sneak peek of a production vehicle that it will introduce to the European market in 2025. One of ten new EVs the carmaker aims to introduce by 2026 is the ID.2all in production form. The EV is being designed by the business with a starting price of under 25,000 euros.
According to Volkswagen, the ID.2all will be as roomy as a Golf but more reasonably priced than a Polo. It will be the first ID vehicle to include front-wheel drive because it will be built on the most recent development of the MEB Entry platform. According to the company, the ID.2's single 223 horsepower electric motor will accelerate it to 100 km/h in less than 7 seconds.
VW claims that the unidentified battery can be fast-charged from 10 to 80 percent in 20 minutes, however, it is unclear if this charge rate will be higher than the 170 kW that the recently improved ID.3 and ID.Buzz can get it. It does mention an onboard 11 kW charger and states that the WLTP electric driving range is about 450 km, ensuring that even on lengthy trips, the destination may be reached without incident.
The MEB electric platform that supports every Volkswagen EV is shortened for the ID.2all. The EV has dimensions of 4,050 mm in length, 1,812 mm in width, 1,530 mm in height, and 2,600 mm between the wheels. Despite being shorter than the Golf, their wheelbases are comparable. The EV's layout makes it possible to fit a lot of cargo, with a cargo capacity ranging from 490 to 1,330 liters.
A wide track and 20-inch wheels are covered by taut, muscular fender flares, disguised rear door handles, and a pair of headlamps connected by a light bar.
The Volkswagen's "self-explanatory" 12.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system is located inside. A newly created HVAC control panel with illuminated buttons is located underneath the screen, and the menus are controlled via a control knob in the center console.
In two years, the production ID.2 will go on sale in Europe, but it won't remain the smallest ID model for long. VW is also preparing a cheaper ID.1 that might sell for as little as €20,000.