Volkswagen Go to the 2021 Munich Motor Show and launch a concept car called ID.Life.Designed mainly for the European market, it is an entry-level preview cross It will be at the bottom of its EV range marked with ID.
Except it is one of the few real New car The ID.Life exhibited at the exhibition stood out with its friendly exterior design, sharing the Volkswagen logo with other members of the company’s series. It is aimed at young buyers and was created by a relatively young team of engineers and designers. It has LED lighting at both ends, an unusually long wheelbase, and a removable roof panel with customizable patterns.
The soft-roader is 161.6 inches long, 72.6 inches wide, and 63 inches high. Its dimensions make it shorter than 14 inches. Taoist priest (The smallest Volkswagen crossover sold in the US) But it’s almost exactly the same width and height. Its ground clearance is 7.5 inches, and its approach angle and departure angle are 26 degrees and 37 degrees, respectively. It is not an off-road vehicle, but it should be able to drive on the sidewalk better than an ordinary city car.
Inside, the user can choose whether Life is a Car games Lounge or cinema. The area under the windshield hides a 34-inch screen that can be used to play games or watch movies, but this concept requires parking; it is not autonomous by any means of measurement. The seats are tilted, allowing passengers to sit down, relax, and enjoy the show. Or, both benches can be folded flat, turning Life into a large camping tent.
Volkswagen built ID.Life on its MEB platform, which also supports many vehicles, including ID.4 with ID.Buzz’s upcoming production version, But the concept is based on a redesigned version of the front-wheel drive architecture. At the time of writing, other MEB-based cars are either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.Power comes from a single electric motor connected to a 62 kWh lithium-ion battery Battery box. It sends 234 horsepower and 214 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels, and its maximum mileage reached 249 miles in the WLTP test cycle used in Europe (more optimistic than the test cycle used in the United States in the United States) Environmental Protection Agency).
Although ID.Life is still in the concept stage, it has entered the production stage. It will be sold in selected markets in 2025, priced between 20,000 and 25,000 euros (approximately US$23,800 and US$29,700, respectively).It may be called ID.2, and this name will indicate that its position is lower than ID.3 hatchback, Although it is not yet official. However, we already know that ID.Life will not be sold in the United States due to its small size.