New Volkswagen ID.5 (ID.4 Coupe) spotted: price, specs and release date
Volkswagen’s latest electric car has been spotted testing. It’s a coupe-version of the recently revealed ID.4 that’ll likely be called the ID.5 when it goes on sale next year. Read on for more.
- New electric coupe SUV spotted
- Likely called the ID.5
- Batteries shared with ID.4
- 204hp electric motor
- 320-mile range
- On sale in 2021
- Expected to cost from around £40,000
The new VW ID.5 could be the first electric coupe SUV when it goes on sale in 2021. This new electric car will use the same batteries and motors as the recently revealed ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq iV and is set to cost from less than £40,000.
New Volkswagen ID.5 design
The new Volkswagen ID.5’s design borrows heavily from the ID.4. The front looks almost identical and the rear bumper is very similar, too. The main difference between the VW ID.4 and ID.5, is the sweeping roofline and subtle rear spoiler that look more like they belongs on a four-door coupe than a high-riding SUV.
New Volkswagen ID.5 interior
Don’t expect the VW ID.5 to be radically different to the ID.4 inside. It’ll look equally minimalist and come with the same 12-inch touchscreen, digital driver’s display, simple dashboard design and ambient lighting.
New Volkswagen ID.5 battery, performance and range
The new VW ID.5 will use very similar mechanical underpinnings to the ID.4. This means it’ll likely get the same 77kWh battery and electric motor that produces 204hp and 310Nm of torque, so it should match the VW ID.4‘s respectable 0-60mph time of 8.5 seconds.
The ID.5 will likely be capable of around 320 miles between charges, and you’ll be able to use a 125kW fast-charging point to add around 200 miles of range in just half an hour.
New Volkswagen ID.5 price and release date
Volkswagen hasn’t released any information about when the new ID.5 will go on sale, but the test car in these photos looks ready to go into production, so you’ll likely be able to put your order in sometime in 2021.
You can expect the ID.5 to cost slightly more than the ID.4 across the range. This means 1st Edition cars will cost slightly more than £45,000 while top-spec 1st Edition Max versions will cost close to £60,000. A cheaper ID.5 Pure model with a slightly smaller battery and a 210-mile range should also go on sale later, priced from less than £40,000.
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