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Take a look at the electric range from VW

Many manufacturers are looking for new identities as they move into the world of electric motoring. For Volkswagen, a fresh sense of identity is being taken literally, with its latest electric vehicles bearing the ID. nameplate. Currently a quartet of models, the VW ID. family caters to a wide range of drivers looking for capable family EVs.

The largest, most stylish and rakish of the models available to date, the ID.5, adds some coupe flair to the SUV formula. Both the ID.4 and ID.5 can be had in high-performance GTX guise that injects these practical models with 295bhp – supplying performance similar to that of the fan-favorite Golf GTI.

Similarly, the ID.4 takes the popular SUV form, while offering an impressive 324-mile range dependent upon specification. This model can also be ordered with dual-motor all-wheel drive to boost traction should the weather take a turn for the worst.

The Volkswagen ID.3 has proven to be an ideal entry point for first-time EV owners, delivering up to 265-miles of range combined with the practicality of a family hatchback. Going electric needn’t be a compromise, especially with 125kW rapid charging at your disposal. Plugging in for just 30 minutes will get you from 10-80% battery capacity.

The Volkswagen ID range is largely made up of mature premium designs, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a quirky choice should that be what drivers are looking for. Serving as a spiritual successor to the class Volkswagen Bus, the ID. Buzz is a practical people mover with loads of character. From its distinctive flat nose to the two-tone colour scheme, this vehicle is for those who want to stand out from the crowd. This distinctive daily driver can cover over 250 miles on a full charge in all of its guises, while a rapid 170kW charge will get you from 5%-80% capacity in just 30 minutes.

Thomas Ulbrich, Volkswagen Brand managing board member for Technical Development said “Between now and 2025, we will introduce a new electric vehicle every year. In 2025, we will present a model below the ID.3, which will make electric mobility available to even more customers.”

The Volkswagen ID family is set to continue growing with the ID.6 saloon and estate expected to arrive in late 2023.

Many Tusker customers are enjoying an all-electric Volkswagen ID model via its salary sacrifice scheme. One affordable monthly payment encompasses the vehicle, maintenance, and insurance. EVs also benefit from lower BIK rates and running costs.

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