We’d seen Volkswagen first production-stage ID model in teaser sketches, then in camouflage as the model went through final testing. Now the German automaker has officially unveiled the Volkswagen ID.3 electric car on the eve of the 2019 Frankfurt auto show, which officially kicks off tomorrow.
And the images confirm what we could previously surmise from earlier images: the ID.3 borrows much of its overall shape from the VW Golf and adds some modern touches befitting its status as the first model to come out of Volkswagen’s family of ID-badged electric vehicles.
It being an electric vehicle, the model gets a streamlined front end without an upper front grille – though it still features a large air intake.
The interior is unsurprisingly futuristic and tech-oriented, starting with an oversized infotainment screen that floats on top of the central console.