Volkswagen has unveiled its latest concept car, the ID.2all, which previews a new electric hatchback that will cost less than 25,000 euros ($26,790) when it goes on sale in 2025. The ID.2all is the smallest and most affordable member of VW’s growing ID family of electric vehicles and aims to bring zero-emission mobility to a wider audience.
The Volkswagen ID.2all is based on an updated version of VW’s modular electric platform (MEB), which also underpins the larger ID.3 and ID.4 models. Unlike those cars with rear-wheel drive, the ID.2all has front-wheel drive, with a single electric motor that delivers 223 horsepower. VW says the concept car can travel up to 450 kilometers (280 miles) on a single charge, thanks to a large battery pack that can be recharged at up to 170 kW on a DC fast charger.
The design of the Volkswagen ID.2all is inspired by the iconic Volkswagen Golf Mk1, with simple and clean lines, short overhangs, and large wheels that give it a sporty and dynamic look. The concept car features LED matrix headlights and taillights that create distinctive light signatures and an illuminated grille that changes color depending on the driving mode.
The interior of the Volkswagen ID.2all is spacious and modern, with high-quality materials and digital displays. The dashboard consists of two screens: one for the instrument cluster behind the steering wheel and one for the infotainment system on top of the center console. Both screens can be controlled by touch or voice commands via Amazon Alexa integration. The cabin also offers wireless smartphone charging, a panoramic sunroof, and ambient lighting.