The car began production in 2020. It is the first crossover of Volkswagen’s line of electric cars. Just like the ID.3, the battery is built into the floor. In 2021 it won the World Car of the Year competition. At the start of sales the price was 40 thousand euros. The first deliveries were made to the Netherlands.
A related car is the Skoda Enyaq iV. They share a common platform MEB and other characteristics. Analogue keys in the cabin of the car are practically absent. All the buttons are touch screen, except for the windows and emergency buttons. Voice control of the car is built in. Expensive configurations are equipped with seats with massagers. The electric motor has 204 horsepower and can reach 100 km/h in 8.5 seconds. Maximum speed is 160 km/hour. Battery capacity is 82 kWh. The approximate distance the car can travel on a full charge 520 km. After 30 minutes of charging the range can be extended to 320 km. There is also the GTX configuration with 220 horsepower, capable of taking up to 180 km/h.