That’s because the all-electric ID.5 (power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.2; CO2 emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+++) successfully combines the strengths of the SUV concept with the attractive looks of a coupé. And straight away another market segment is electrified, which is also sure to find enthusiasts among fleet customers.
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With the new ID.5, Volkswagen is therefore not only extending its successful ID. family, rather also accelerating the electric offensive in all vehicle classes as part of the ACCELERATE strategy. By 2030, all-electric vehicles will account for at least 70 per cent of Volkswagen unit sales in Europe, which adds up to more than one million vehicles, while the EV percentage in North America and China should be at least 50 per cent. To achieve these goals, Volkswagen intends to introduce at least one new electric vehicle onto the market each year.
The ID.5 epitomises the body style of the future: aerodynamic, expressive, sporty and, thanks to the MEB, short overhangs
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That’s the ID.5 and its top model the ID.5 GTX (power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 17.1; CO2 emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+++) with powerful dual motor all-wheel drive. Both versions appear to be eminently suitable for long-distance driving, on the one hand in terms of the range and on the other hand as regards the sense of space. “The ID.5 epitomises the body style of the future: aerodynamic, expressive, sporty and, thanks to the MEB, short overhangs”, explains Jozef Kabaň, who heads up Volkswagen Design. “This allows us to create a large vehicle interior despite the dynamic roof line. That was not possible before now.” In simple terms: despite the typical styling of a coupé, the ID.5 offers practically the same headroom in the passenger compartment as its model sibling, the ID.4, and thanks to the long wheelbase of 2,771 mm, even offers the type of space usually found in SUVs from higher vehicle classes. The luggage compartment offers a storage capacity of up to 549 litres.
ID.5: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.2; CO2 emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+++.
Optionally available assist systems such as the “Travel Assist with swarm data” offer a relaxed and anticipatory driving experience within the limits of the system. Other systems available on request include the new Park Assist Plus with memory function, which can perform personalised parking manoeuvres, and thus, for example, take over parking operations in the garage at home (also within the limits of the system).
Incidentally, the new ID.5 and its sporty top model the ID.5 GTX will be manufactured in the Volkswagen plant in Zwickau, Germany, and will be delivered to customers with a neutral carbon balance1). Even today, virtually climate-neutral driving is possible when the two models are charged with 100 per cent green electricity. Using the standard mode 3 cable, the ID.5 can also be charged with an AC charging power of up to 11 kW. The charging output can increase to a standard 135 kW at a quick-charging station. In the ID.4 GTX, it can be up to 150 kW.2) And that has a positive effect on the long-distance suitability.
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1) At Volkswagen, CO2 emissions are avoided and reduced directly wherever possible. Upstream suppliers are correspondingly obliged to avoid and reduce emissions. The same amount of CO2 emissions that cannot be avoided or reduced at Volkswagen and by corresponding obligations along the supply chain are offset by certified climate protection projects.
2) The specified maximum peak charging power can be experienced, among other things, during a charging process from 5 percent to 80 percent state of charge and approximately 23 °C ambient and battery temperature at a charging station with corresponding charging power, for example at an IONITY charging station.
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Status: 30. November 2021
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