VW ID NEO EV
wattev2buy explores the VW ID NEO EV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. The VW ID NEO EV is set to be the German automaker’s first mass-produced EV for its ID range built on the MEB platform. The VW ID NEO competes with the Tesla Model 3 and Bolt EV. VW will unveil the production model at the 2019 Paris Auto Show. The VW ID NEO EV release date is set for 2020.
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Week 39 2018 - VW ID NEO Price indication
VW Head of Product Line for E-Mobility, Christian Senger, told Auto Express last week that VW is targeting 100,000 of its mass-market EV, the ID Neo which is expected to be available from 2020. He said that there will be three battery configurations for the ID Neo, starting at 330km (205 miles) at the lower end and an improved mid-level of around 450km (280 miles). Mr. Senger could not provide a range yet for the top tier. It is expected that the pricing for the ID Neo will start from around 25,000, or the current specs of a fully loaded diesel Golf.
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