After a great mystery, Volkswagen unveils the identity concept. Aero, the first 100% electric luxury sedan, built to rival the Tesla Model 3 and BMW i4, serves as an option for customers who don’t want an SUV.
The concept reveals the lines and dimensions of the future model, which will be launched in major markets of the world, as well ID.3
And the ID.4
And the ID.5
And the id
However, it will initially be manufactured and sold in China, as will the minivan ID.6
which is exclusively Chinese.
According to Volkswagen, the id
Designed as the premium mid-size sedan for upper-middle-class Chinese families, its main attraction is the interior space, thanks to its long wheelbase, which the manufacturer hasn’t revealed.
VW Aero brings the visual language of Volkswagen electric models
, with LED headlights connected by a light strip running through the entire front. At the back, there is also an element that connects the taillights, but this time it is black, similar to what Volkswagen uses in SUVs. T Cross
And the Nevus
It’s very simple, yet refined, engineered for maximum aerodynamic efficiency (hence the name aero), and has a drag coefficient of 0.23 Cx, for improved range.
Coupe lines appear for the first time in the Volkswagen lineup, and 22 rim wheels
It has a “turbocharged” design and diamond details, but it is not known if the model will be produced with this size of wheels, but if it does, it will be the largest rims available in a Volkswagen today.
“With ID.Aero, we’re showing a preview of the next member of the ID family. A car with Aerodynamic design
But it is still exciting, with great autonomy and an unusual and high-quality interior.” said Ralf Brandstätter, CEO of Volkswagen.
ID.Aero will be produced on the MEB platform, intended for Volkswagen electric cars, and will be equipped with a 77 kWh battery. Currently, other models of Font ID
. They have at least one electric motor with a power of 204 hp and 31.6 kgf in the simplest versions.
Volkswagen announced that the model will be independence
It is 620 km in the WLTP cycle, which is much greater than the 480 km that the ID line achieves on average.
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