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When Volkswagen released the ID.3 back in September, they released a ton of information about the specs of the car.

Here's some of the information that I was able to sift out.

Starting Price:
  • Under €30,000
Batteries & Range:
  • 45-kWh battery - 205 miles (330 km) WLTP
  • 58-kWh battery - 261 miles (420 km) WLTP
  • 77-kWh battery - 342 miles (550 km) WLTP
  • The mid range battery (58 kwh) can be recharged with a maximum charging output of 7.2 kW (AC) and 50 kW (DC). 100 kW DC charging is optionally also available.
  • The largest battery (77 kWh) battery can be charged at an AC power source with a maximum charging output of 11 kW and with up to 125 kW at a DC power source.
  • With a charging output of 100 kW it is possible to recharge the ID.3 Fist Edition with enough energy within 30 minutes to cover a range of around 290 kilometers (WLTP).
  • Volkswagen WeCharge provides buyers with the option to charge their ID.3 First Edition vehicles free of charge for one year from the first day of vehicle registration up to a maximum of 2,000 kWh. This applies to all charging stations linked to WeCharge including the Ionity network which amounts to more than 100,000 charging points throughout Europe.
Top Speed:
  • 160 km/h (99 mph)
Powertrain and Transmission
  • The ID.3 is the first Volkswagen based on the newly developed, modular electric drive matrix (MEB)
  • Power is transmitted from the motor to the rear axle using a 1-speed gearbox. The Motor, power electronics and gearbox will form a compact unit. The position of the battery in the underbody has a positive effect on the neutral handling characteristics, as it causes the ID.3’s center of gravity to be very low, like in racing cars. The ID.3 is also characterized by ideal weight distribution between the front axle and rear axle. In combination with the standard rear-axle drive this results in outstanding performance.
  • Length: 167.7 inches (4,261 mm)
  • Width: 71.2 inches (1,809 mm)
  • Height: 61.1 inches (1,552 mm)
  • Wheelbase: 108.8 inches (2,765 mm)
  • Curb weight: 3,790 lbs. (1,719 kg)
  • Load Capacity: between 917 and 1193 lbs. (416 and 541 kg)
  • Turning Circle: 33 feet (10.2 meters)
  • Cargo Space: 13.6 cubic feet (385 liters) behind the second row of seats.
  • The basic version of the ID.3 First Edition includes a navigation system, a DAB+ digital radio, seat heating and steering wheel heating, armrests at the front, a Mode 2 charging cable and 18-inch light-alloy wheels.
  • The ID.3 First Edition Plus additionally features a rear view camera system, Adaptive Cruise Control and the Kessy Advanced keyless access locking and starting system. The vehicle interior of the ID.3 1ST Plus also includes design seats, a center console (including two USB-C connections at the rear that can be locked with a roller shutter and feature lighting) as well as ambient lighting. On the outside, tinted windows, the exterior Style package in silver, matrix LED headlights, matrix side lights, brake lights, turn indicators and tail light clusters as well as 19-inch light-alloy wheels.
  • The top-of-the-range version, the ID.3 First Edition Max, also includes the augmented reality (AR) head-up display, the Beats sound system, a large panorama sliding/tilting glass roof to underline the feeling of space as well as 20-inch light-alloy wheels. This equipment scope is supplemented by a lane keeping system with Emergency Assist, a lane change system, comfort telephony featuring contactless high-voltage battery charging, comfort seats, a level luggage compartment floor and large 20-inch light-alloy wheels.
  • Volkswagen will offer a guarantee of eight years or 160,000 kilometers on ID.3 batteries
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