The 2024 Volkswagen ID.3 has officially debuted, drawing the identity of the upcoming ID.4 faceliftVolkswagen ID.3 2024 officially appeared to draw the upcoming ID.4 identity, as Volkswagen revealed the facelift updates that the ID.3 officially obtained after a period of speculation and hints, and the new electric car comes with a bolder and sportier exterior design, and a cabin Upgraded interior focused on sustainability.
Debuted in 2019 as the first car in the electric ID lineup built on Volkswagen Germany's MEB platform, the ID.3 quickly became one of Europe's best-selling electric vehicles.
Volkswagen has now sold more than 600,000 units, and the ID lineup has expanded to include six all-electric models, including the best-selling ID.4.
During its first year on the market, Volkswagen claims that the ID.3 achieved more than 144,000 orders in Europe alone. However, the competition in the electric vehicle market has evolved a lot over the past three years.
To keep up with this competition, the German company recently unveiled the second generation Volkswagen ID.3 with a lot of internal and external improvements.
Where the company updated the design of both the front bumper and the front air intake to give its new car a muscular and sporty look, or so it says. Improved aerodynamics also results in better airflow around the front wheels, helping to increase stability.
The new, updated ID.3 also features redesigned headlights and taillights, improving visibility on the road.
Inside, the new Volkswagen is characterized by the use of a lot of recycled materials, especially in the door edges and seat covers, and the company says that 71 percent of the interior is made of recycled materials.
Looking at the dimensions of the car, we find that it is 4.26 meters long with a wheelbase of 2.77 meters, which gives it a spacious interior.
In terms of the powertrain, the new Volkswagen ID.3 2024 comes with an electric motor in the rear that generates 210 horsepower and 310 Nm of torque. There are two battery options: 58 and 77 kWh, which provide ranges of 425 km and 546 km respectively.