Expected for the year 2023, Volkswagen has just unveiled the first sketches of its future electric sedan, the ID. Aero
For several months now, rumors have been rife about the design of Volkswagen’s future electric sedan. The German manufacturer has put an end to some speculation by unveiling today the sketches of the ID.Aero concept. A car that should eventually enrich the ID range.
Some comments on social networks have fun comparing images of the ID.Aero with those of existing Audi sedans. One thing is certain, the design of this ID.Aero leaves no one indifferent. We see a long sedan, with slender lines, equipped with 4 “dynamic” doors in the words of Volkswagen. There are also long front and rear headlights and two large air inlets on the front of the car. The imposing dimensions of this car suggest a lot of room on board. The concept was developed from the group MEB platform, the one that already equips the other models of the ID range. The manufacturer explains that the design of this car was conceived in order to improve the autonomy of the car.
Volkswagen’s first fully-electric limousine: The ID. AERO* is under starter’s orders! The digital world premiere will take place on Monday, 27 June, at 14:00 (CEST). #VWIDAERO
*the car is a pre-production study and is not yet on sale
— Volkswagen News (@volkswagen) June 22, 2022
This future Volkswagen ID.Aero will be unveiled by Volkswagen management on Monday, June 27. The vehicle aims to enrich the range of ID models, with an elegant, comfortable sedan with good autonomy. It will come to settle on the market of family sedans, where the Passat is today. If Volkswagen is not talking about an official replacement, this new electric sedan is the future of the German brand’s family vehicles.
The ID.Aero will initially be marketed in China, before arriving on the European market. The car will be officially presented during the first half of 2023 before being marketed in autumn 2023, in China therefore, then later in Europe. Cars for the European market will be produced at the Emden plant in northern Germany.
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