Autocar: "It's very mature in a typical VW way, an electric car whose substance of engineering is central to its appeal."
Autocar's review begins by recognising the Volkswagen ID.3 as the most important new car built by the worlds biggest car maker in decades. Explaining how the all-electric ID. as a sub-brand is close enough to touch and that the 10 all-new, ground-up EV passenger cars that are due by 2025 will be unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show this September. They then went on to recap their own experience of the vehicle:
"having now driven one, I can tell you that it’ll be interesting for all sorts of reasons: for its all-round compactness, its rear-engined-ness, its clever packaging, its urban manoeuvrability, its zappy yet quiet performance, its cutting-edge instrumentation technology and its uncharacteristically (slightly) bold styling. There is, of course, also the small matter of being able to charge it up at home, run it entirely emissions free, and do your bit for the ‘road-to-zero’ carbon-cutting agenda."
Read the full review here.