Volkswagen has really been ramping up its EV offerings lately.

No longer is it focused on just petrol and diesel; EVs have become a core part of this brand’s line-up as it looks to electrify most of the cars it sells.

In fact, it has created a whole sub-brand to cater entirely for electric cars. Called ID, it incorporates all of Volkswagen’s new electric vehicles and will go on to contain all manner of models. For now, let’s take a look at everything that the ID range currently offers.


The ID.3 was the car that started it all. Introduced as the first model in the ID line-up, Volkswagen has previously put it up against the Beetle and Golf in terms of importance to the brand.

Needless to say, it’s quite important for the brand. It’s probably why it’s packed with some of Volkswagen’s latest technology and sits atop its new MEB platform that has been designed specifically with electric vehicles in mind. In big-battery form, it’ll manage up to 259 miles between charges, too.


Building on the ID.3 came the ID.4. Arriving as Volkswagen’s first fully-electric SUV, the ID.4 brings that crossover style that buyers are really favouring at the moment. It sits on the same MEB platform as the ID.3, but has a larger, more upright stance on the road.

With a spacious 543-litre boot it’s got plenty of luggage room, while interior space is good too. You could get up to 323 miles from the big-battery versions, too.


Marking one of Volkswagen’s first forays into performance-orientated electric cars, the ID.4 GTX arrived to capture some of the essence of the much-loved GTI in a battery-powered model. It gains revised steering over the standard car, as well as a clever locking differential and a sport chassis.

More importantly, the GTX receives a dual-motor setup enabling a zero to 60mph time of six seconds, which is slightly quicker than the regular Golf GTI.


Currently, the ID.5 tops the ID SUV line-up. It’s a coupe-styled version of the ID.4, which means that it has a sharply finishing boot and a more raked roofline to give it a sleeker, more dynamic appearance.

Offering a range of up to 313 miles, the ID.5 gets plenty of equipment as standard including LED matrix headlights and three-zone climate control. Like the ID.4, the ID.5 can also be had in sportier GTX specification.

ID Buzz

It didn’t take long for Volkswagen to introduce a more people-carrying vehicle to its ID range. Called the ID Buzz, it arrives as a modern interpretation of the iconic T1 - a vehicle that has gone down as one of Volkswagen’s all-time greats.

Again, it uses that MEB platform, but has a huge 2,205-litre boot when you fold the rear seats down while a payload of 650kg means it’s still very useful for load-carrying despite its electric powertrain.

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