VOLKSWAGEN has unveiled its ID.Aero concept – an electric sedan that will act as the brand’s flagship for years to come.
The first production round of the ID.Aero is scheduled to hit China’s streets in the second half of 2023.
If Volkswagen realizes its vision for the ID.Aero, the car will succeed the company’s current flagship model, the Passat.
Volkswagen will manufacture its ID.Aero at two locations in China and one in Germany, reports InsideEVs.
The “aero” portion of the ID.Aero reflects the vehicle’s emphasis on aerodynamic performance.
That aerodynamic performance manifests itself in the form of an impressively low drag coefficient of 0.23, reports The Verge.
Competing models with such a low drag coefficient as VW’s ID.Aero are the Mercedes-Benz EQS and the i4 from BMW.
Strengthening the ID. The Aero’s capabilities are rumored to have a range of up to 385 miles, aided by the car’s standard 21-inch wheels.
Tesla’s Model 3 Long Range, by comparison, has a range of 358 miles, reports The Verge.
Technical additions to the ID.Aero’s exterior include LED lighting around the entire exterior of the vehicle and illuminated touch surfaces that take the place of traditional door handles.
The ID.Aero is just one part of Volkswagen’s large, soon-to-be-released EV (electric vehicle) family.
Volkswagen’s ID 3, ID 4 and ID 6 will be revealed to the public ahead of the ID.Aero, reports The Verge.
One of the ID. Aero’s biggest market advantages over its competitors are its shape and size.
The ID.Aero is an electric sedan among many electric trucks and SUVs.
Volkswagen hasn’t released any pictures of the ID yet. Aero’s interior.
https://www.the-sun.com/motors/5685341/volkswagen-unveils-future-flagship-model/ Volkswagen is presenting its future flagship in the form of an electric concept vehicle