Volkswagen is now accepting orders for the 2024 ID.3 all-electric hatchback. Pricing for the facelifted vehicle starts at £37,155 (about $46,280), which is a bit more affordable than the vehicle’s expected price.
The facelifted ID.3 will be part of VW’s growing ID lineup, which currently includes the ID.4, ID.5, and the ID. Buzz. The upcoming ID.7 saloon flagship is expected to join the lineup soon.
The refreshed ID.3 will be available in two trim levels, each accompanied by a different battery size. The ID.3 Pro, which features a 58 kWh battery, offers a range of 263 miles and comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors on both ends, and heated front seats, as noted in an AM Online report.
On the other hand, the ID.3 Pro S variant features a notably larger 77 kWh battery, which extends the range of the all-electric hatchback to an estimated 345 miles per charge. It is also equipped with larger 19-inch alloy wheels.
Volkswagen has simplified the ordering process by grouping essential equipment into more straightforward “option packs” for the revamped ID.3. This should make it easier for consumers to order their preferred variants of the all-electric car.
The Volkswagen ID.3 facelift focuses on interior and technology updates, though the vehicle also features some exterior changes, such as redesigned bumpers and a new bonnet. Volkswagen has also improved the quality of interior materials based on customer feedback, with the company incorporating new door panel inlays with softer padding, ambient lighting, and more recycled materials.
The previous generation of the ID.3 was not a bad car, but it was bogged down by its software. The revamped ID.3 seeks to change this, as the vehicle comes equipped with Volkswagen’s most recent ID operating system software. The new software is expected to address early version glitches.
UK-spec ID.3 vehicles will retain the 10-inch central infotainment system screen and 5.3-inch instrument cluster display from launch, while European models are expected to receive an upgraded 12-inch central display, as noted by FleetNews UK. A 12.9-inch infotainment display with a backlit panel for audio volume and climate controls is expected to be standard from mid-2024.
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