According to reports from Germany, two more versions of the ID. 2all are being planned along with the model that was revealed yesterday.

The first being a sporty version of the hatchback and the second being a SUV/crossover that might be called the IDX.

If that's the case maybe the IDX will be the global model VW sells.

(Translated from German)

In mid-March, VW gave a current preview of a modern electric car announced for 2025 for less than 25,000 euros. The study ID. 2all is also a preview of the new design language of the Wolfsburg brand. There is now more information that managers revealed to media representatives present at the presentation.

The ID. 2all has front-wheel drive and a range of up to 450 kilometers. It is charged with up to 135 kW (DC, AC with 11 kW), which should fill the battery from 10 to 80 percent in 20 minutes. The production version will be based on the so-called MEB entry platform, which Skoda and Seat/Cupra also use for smaller electric cars.

The ID. 2all with a battery with a capacity of 56 kWh, writes Edison, among others . This should be the memory for 450 kilometers per charge. There will be two versions in the production car: a weaker one with lithium iron phosphate cells (LFP) for entry-level users and a stronger, more common lithium-ion battery with nickel, manganese and cobalt as cathode materials.

According to Edison, the wheelbase of the ID. Extend 2all either by six or 12 centimetres. Up to 6 centimeters more are feasible for the track width. It is already certain that there will also be an SUV version called IDX later. A particularly sporty variant is also being planned. "But we still need a bit of time for that," said VW development chief Kai Grünitz.

The product of the ID. 2all is scheduled to launch in 2025. The new affordable VW electric car will probably not reach the first customers until 2026. The company then intends to make the announcement come true that it will offer a modern, small full-powered vehicle for less than 20,000 euros.

"We continue to work in parallel on a vehicle under 20,000 euros," said brand boss Thomas Schäfer of Autombilwoche . "That's the next challenge. It's our turn.” The first details could be forthcoming in the coming months.