Three battery sizes: 45 kWh (330 km or 205 mi WLTP), 58 kWh (420 km or 261 mi), and 77 kWh (550 km or 342 mi). Expected EPA range will be somewhere around 164 miles, 209, and 274.
100 kW charge rate
A year of free charging at partnering stations up to 2,000 kWh
Over the air updates and updates via dealership
Production begins by end of 2019 and will see a max production ramp of 100,000 units over a running year (with a capacity of 300,000 units at their factory across all electric vehicles)
Carbon neutral production
Starting price of under 30,000 EUR beginning in 2020
About 30% less total cost of ownership
Pre-booking for ID.3 will come with the 58 kWh battery and in 3 trims: 1st (voice control and standard navigation) and 1st Plus (IQ lights and bi-color interior and exterior lights), 1st Max (augmented heads up display)
Refunding 1,000 EUR for pre-booking and starts below 40,000 EUR with 30,000 unit 1st Edition limitation.
Pre-booking is handled by VW Group but a specific dealership is required
Markets in order of priority: Europe, China, then US.
1 million EVs sold by 2025
8 year 160K km with a min of 70% charge
Verbal commitment to use less cobalt over years
VW Group will be “responsible for recycling.” They are investing into recycling facilities for reuse for a house.
Car will be equipped with level 3 autonomy