Volkswagen’s Affordable Electric Car Set to Be Released in Europe by 2025

Volkswagen plans to convert 80% of its brand-new sales in Europe to electric by 2030. The company's all-electric ID. 2all is set to be released in Europe by 2025 for under $27,000.

Volkswagen is making significant strides towards electrification by releasing an affordable all-electric vehicle. The company’s new ID. 2all will be priced under 25,000 euros, or $27,000, making it one of the most affordable electric cars on the market. The vehicle is set to be released in Europe by 2025, and it’s expected to help Volkswagen convert 80% of its brand-new sales in Europe to electric by 2030.

The ID. 2all will be equipped with efficient drive, battery, and charging technology, making it an excellent option for environmentally-conscious drivers. The concept vehicle will have a range of 280 miles, or 450 km, making it ideal for longer drives.

The all-electric ID. 2all has a blue hatchback design that looks like the VW Golf, and it’s expected to be as spacious as the Golf while being as inexpensive as the Polo, a subcompact car made by Volkswagen.

In addition to its affordability, the ID. 2all comes with premier features like an electric vehicle route planner and travel assist. The car has an output of 166 kW/226 PS, which translates into horsepower, and it’s equipped with an infotainment system and a separate air conditioning block.

Thomas Schäfer, CEO of Volkswagen Passenger Cars, said, “The ID. 2all shows where we want to take the brand. We want to be close to the customer and offer top technology in combination with fantastic design. We are implementing the transformation at pace to bring electric mobility to the masses.”

The ID. 2all is the first of ten electric vehicles planned for release by 2026 on the modular electric drive (MEB) platform. With Volkswagen’s push towards electrification, the release of the ID. 2all is a significant step towards a greener future.