2020 Volkswagen ID.3 Review – autoevolution

The MEB platform on which ID.3 is built is modular, meaning it will support all future electric VAGs, as well as models from other automakers such as Ford. As for ID.3, the MEB was configured for a long wheelbase, and the car's body was towed with short overhangs.

Comparable in size with Golf (4,261 mm long, 1,809 mm wide and 1,552 mm high) ID.3 shows a new design language, one we expect to see a little more on the cars of this new family.

And it all starts at the front, where the car has tapped the decades-old grille in favor of a completely enclosed body, as the air needed to cool the car's components makes its way in from under the prominent bumper. [19659002] The front cover of ID.3 is divided into two sections by a line connecting the two LED headlights. As usual, the VW logo sits in the middle.

The bonnet and tailgate in glass are painted in a different color than the body, suggesting a number of personalization choices for customers. Both sides and back look clean, with no unnecessary decoration.

Panorama sliding / tilted glass roof mounted on ID.3 is the largest Volkswagen currently in the field (it is only offered for the ID.3 1[ads1]ST version).

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