New Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV teased: entry-level electric crossover coming in 2026

December 18, 2023 by

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Volkswagen has given us a first look at the new ID. 2all SUV, a jacked-up version of the entry-level electric hatchback we saw earlier this year. Read on for all you need to know. 

  • New Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV teased
  • Entry-level electric SUV
  • Design cues from the ID. 2all hatchback
  • Single motor powering the front wheels
  • Could have over 260 miles of range
  • On sale in 2026

This is the new Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV, a small electric crossover which will go on sale in 2026.

It’ll share plenty of parts with the ID. 2all hatchback which was revealed earlier this year, meaning it’ll have front-wheel-drive and could put out 226hp.

New Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV design

This teaser image is your only look at the new Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV and, while it doesn’t reveal too much, you can see a few of the design cues.

It looks as though it’ll have a similar sleek LED headlight design to the hatchback, as well as the same pointy nose. You can expect to see the same full-width light bar as that car as well.

Expect similar styling cues to the ID.2 all hatchback (pictured)

Looking at the side profile, it appears to have a pretty squared-off rear end with a sporty-looking roof spoiler, and you can see the same three-line graphics as you’ll find on the Volkswagen ID.Buzz.

New Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV motors and batteries

While there’s no official stats for the new ID. 2all SUV, it’ll be based on the same underpinnings as the hatchback. This means you can expect to see similar numbers to that car.

Volkswagen has confirmed that this new electric SUV will be front-wheel drive, meaning it’s likely to use the same 226hp motor as the hatchback. That car can sprint from 0-60mph in under 7.0 seconds, so expect this larger SUV version to take just over that figure.

As for the battery, there’s no word on the size just yet but the ID. 2all hatchback can do up to 280 miles on a charge. With this being a larger SUV, you can expect to get around 260 miles of range.

When can I buy a new Volkswagen ID. 2all SUV?

Volkswagen will whip the covers off this new electric SUV in 2026, so you can expect sales to start towards the end of that year. It’ll almost certainly fetch a premium over the hatchback, with a starting price of around £30,000 likely.

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