March 03, 2021

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Volkswagen ID 3 second most registered car in Europe


Volkswagen ID 3

A German automaker Volkswagen has announced its ID 3 electric car which is a compact c segment is a great example of zero-emission four-wheelers. With sustainable drive, Volkswagen ID 3 provides a smooth, responsive and fun driving experience. ID.3 with around 28,000 units of sale had become the second most registered car in Europe in December. 

It comes with 3 battery sizes options-small, medium and large. It offers a cutting edge technology with fast charging batteries option. It provides a range of 263 miles (WLTP tested-423.257 km) that is enough to remove the range anxieties from your mind.


The ID 3 is available as eight different models which are meant to be the third era of Volkswagen. ID 3 Pro electric car is now available to order at an entry price of £28,670. The Pro electric motor will be available across the ID 3’s Life, Business and Family specifications. It offers a second, 145 power output in addition to the introductory 204 PS Pro Performance version.

The ID 3 has some key features such as steel wheels 18 Aero, navigation pro touch screen infotainment system with a 10-inch display, ID light and natural voice control, 1-zone climatronic, etc. 

While we look for its technical specifications it is equipped with a 58 kWh battery 107 kW/145 PS. It can accelerate 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in just 9.6 seconds and can charge 5%-80% in just 35 minutes with a DC3 100 kW charger. With an AC 1 phase 7.2 kW, it takes 9 hours 30 minutes to charge 100%. It provides a top speed of 99 mph (160 km/h).

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