The Volkswagen ID.3 family is growing with the launch of two new versions, including an entry-level “City” variant starting at € 33,890, bonus of € 7,000 not deducted.
The range of the Volkswagen ID.3 is expanding. Available to order since July and offered so far from € 37,990 then € 36,390, with a 204 hp engine and an intermediate capacity battery of 58 kWh (425 km of range), the compact sedan German is now offering a new entry-level version.
Small motor and small battery for the ID.3 City
Called “City”, it is equipped with a 150 hp engine and a small 45 kWh battery for a range of up to 350 km (WLTP). Lower capacities which lower the price of the model to 33,890 €, bonus of 7,000 € not deducted.
On the equipment side, we find automatic air conditioning, heated front seats and a leather steering wheel, GPS navigation, driver fatigue detection, front and rear parking assistance, and traffic sign recognition as standard. The car also has an on-board charger of 7.4 kW, against 11 kW for the rest of the range.
New high-end finish ID.3 Max
At the other end of the range, Volkswagen is also launching the ID.3 Max today. Only offered with the 204 hp engine called Pro Performance (as opposed to the 145 hp Pro engine available on all versions except the City), this new finish is over-equipped since it offers 19 alloy wheels as standard. inches, the Silver Exterior Style Pack, the augmented reality head-up display or the IQ.Light – Matrix LED projectors. Orders are open from € 49,890, bonus of € 3,000 not deducted (amount for vehicles priced between € 45,000 and € 60,000).
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