Hatch custará menos de 30 mil euros na Europa

Após divulgar uma imagem do novo Golf camuflado confirmando a estreia nos próximos meses, a Volkswagen revela mais uma foto do ID.3, seu futuro hatch elétrico, reafirmando que ele será visto pela primeira vez em setembro, durante o Salão de Frankfurt (Alemanha). Os alemães prometem que o EV oferecerá "um design revolucionário, autonomia maior, dinâmica impressionante e um interior espaçoso."

A fabricante está especialmente orgulhosa do fato de que "qualquer preocupação com baterias será algo do passado", já que o ID.3 será vendido com três conjuntos de baterias. A versão de entrada terá 45 kWh, a intermediária conta com um kit de 58 kWh, e o topo de linha terá baterias de 77 kWh, com uma autonomia entre 330 e 550 km, pelo novo ciclo de medição WLTP. Uma carga rápida de 30 minutos é o suficiente para recuperar 290 km. O mais importante é que a Volkswagen garante a capacidade das baterias por 8 anos, ou 160 mil km.

As baterias abastecem o motor elétrico posicionado no eixo traseiro e que gera 204 cv. O preço do ID.3 estará abaixo dos 30 mil euros na Europa, o que dá aproximadamente R$ 137 mil. A produção começa antes do fim do ano, com entregas programadas para meados de 2020. A Volkswagen já começou a aceitar pedidos pela versão Edition 1, que terá 30 mil unidades.

Galeria: Volkswagen ID.3

O ID.3 será o primeiro carro de produção da marca a usar a nova plataforma MEB para veículos elétricos. Será seguido pelo crossover I.D. Crozz, com dois motores, tração integral e uma potência acima de 300 cv.

Fonte: Volkswagen

Galeria: VW ID.3 e I.D. Crozz - Flagra

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Representing the realignment of the Volkswagen brand like no other model; the ID.3. In just a few days’ time, the first model from the new fully electric ID. family will celebrate its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA), with its ground-breaking design, greater ranges, impressive driving dynamics and spacious interior.

Electric mobility is the key topic at Volkswagen exhibition stand at this year’s IAA. Not only will the ID.3 be on show, but there will also be studies on other models in the ID. family forming part of the exhibition. They will follow on in rapid succession from the ID.3. Like all other ID. models, the ID.3 is based on the new modular electric drive matrix (MEB), which has been specifically designed for electric drive use, ensuring the largest possible vehicle interior.

The ID.3 follows the Beetle and the Golf to introduce the third major chapter of strategic importance for the history of the Volkswagen brand. Back in mid-May, Volkswagen enjoyed a successful launch taking pre-bookings for the ID.3 1ST Edition1, an exclusive special edition boasting fantastic levels of equipment, limited to a run of just 30,000 vehicles.

What is certain is that any concerns about battery range are a thing of the past with the ID.3. That's because the ID.3 has three different battery sizes available; a large battery (77 kWh net2), a medium-sized battery (58 kWh net) and a small battery (45 kWh net). A range of between 330 and 550 kilometres (as per WLTP) is possible depending on the battery selection. Thanks to its excellent charging capacity, a range of approximately 290 kilometres can be recharged in just 30 minutes (at 100 kW charging capacity). Volkswagen will also guarantee the capacity of the ID. batteries for eight years or 160,000 kilometres.

And, as the base price for the ID.3 series production model will be below the EUR 30,000 mark in Germany, this means it will be an electric vehicle for everyone. Another highlight with the Group’s first electric vehicle is the fact that the ID.3 will be carbon-neutral over its service life if buyers consistently charge their vehicles using renewable energy.

There is no shortage of driving pleasure either; putting your foot down on the ID.3 1ST will see you accelerate rapidly, all thanks to its rear-wheel drive and 150 kW / 204 PS engine performance. Production of the ID.3 is due to start as planned at the end of 2019. The first vehicles are due to arrive by mid-2020.