Business drivers, your next lease car will arrive in 2023: the Volkswagen ID. Aero

D-segment sedans – Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, Volkswagen Passat – are falling out of favor. Business drivers prefer SUVs and crossovers. And yet Volkswagen comes with a plug-in sedan, which will go through life as the Volkswagen ID. Aero. Is your future lease car driving here?

It will take a while before the Volkswagen ID. Aero comes on the market, by the way. Its production will not start until 2023 and it will be the turn of the Chinese market first. It is known that the ID. Aero also comes as a station wagon. Both that version and the sedan should be able to go about 700 kilometers on a full battery.

Electric Volkswagen Passat with Phaeton interior

A taste of the ID. We already got Aero in March 2018, when Volkswagen issued the ID. Vizzion study model. At the end of 2019, the station wagon variant of this followed: the ID. space vision. Both fall into the Passat category in terms of dimensions, but offer more space in the interior than the old Volkswagen Phaeton due to their compact electric powertrain.

Volkswagen ID. Aero on same platform as ID.3 and ID.4

And the same will also apply to the ID. Aero. The model is based on the MEB platform of the ID.3, ID.4 and ID.5, which means that it has rear-wheel drive as standard and will also be available with 4WD. The largest battery that Volkswagen in the ID. Aero will stop, is 83 kWh in size. In comparison, 77 kWh is the maximum in current ID. models.

Fast charging can change the ID. Aero with up to 200 kW

The ID. Aero reportedly doesn’t. At the correct charging station, it achieves a speed of up to 200 kW. That’s much better than the ID.3, ID.4 and ID.5 – which give up at 135 kW – but less than the Hyundai Ioniq 5 (220 kW), Kia EV6 (240 kW), Tesla Model 3 / Y (250 kW) and Audi E-Tron GT / Porsche Taycan (270 kW).

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Source: Autoreview.nl by www.autoreview.nl.

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