VW ID.2all concept will have a hot hatch version
volkswagen keep adding ingredients to it tram pot, but we won’t know the fare the automaker will service us for a few more years. The The Germans introduced the concept of ID.2all This week, an entry-level addition to the ID hatchback series is sized between the 160.3-inch Volkswagen Polo and the 168.7-inch Volkswagen Polo. Golf. Sitting on the MEB platform used by existing products like ID.3 and ID.4 and by 2026, ID.2all not only introduces a new electric vehicle design language, but also brings a new infotainment interface to the brand. And top gear report The frugal electric hatch variant will be joined by a hot hatch variant. ONE VW the executive told the store a “sports version”, also FWD, is in the works and “is it a GTI or GTX or whatever, we’ll see.”
Standard ID.2all is expected to make 223 hp from a single engine on the front axle — there’s no AWD here, no plain or bitter guise — and accelerate from zero to 62 mph in less than 7 seconds. That’s already a bit more power output and quicker acceleration than the rear driver, the ID.3 Pro Performance 201 hp. VW executives won’t base the specs on a production ID.2all hot hatch, says VW TG Those revelations will “be a surprise the next time we meet.” However, a bookmark comparison will now be current VW GTI sending 241 hp to the front axle and accelerating from 0-60 in 5.1 seconds is claimed when equipped with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The encouragement to compare the ID2.all concept with the GTI, and the executive’s suggestion that the GTI name be at least a possibility, led us to all sorts of questions about whether we were considering a GTI. next or not. In alliance with the recent news that GTI and Golf R will run on electricity By the end of the decade, the spec chart attracted attention. The ID.2all and GTI performance numbers are already close, the ID2.all dimensions place it close enough to the GTI to offer similar interior space. This is pure speculation, but making ID.2all a successor to the GTI could make the ID.3 GTX one cheap golf successor or bone for such. The ID.3 is an inch shorter than the Golf, and the ID2.all isn’t planned for the ID.3 AWD powertrain and the more appealing Golf R package. We’ll know more when VW decides to take advantage of those surprises like horsepower and naming the upgraded ID.2all.