The Volkswagen Group has revealed ID. 2all, the latest model in its ID. family of electric vehicles and the first to demonstrate its new design language. Revealed as a near-production concept, the OEM is looking to showcase the EV’s production version in 2025 and offer it to European consumers at a price point below €25,000 ($26,528). This version will be based on MEB Entry – the latest iteration of the Group’s modular electric drive platform.

On the ID. 2all, MEB Entry enables the EV’s key features – including its performance, battery, and charging technologies. Here, the platform offers a front-wheel drive configuration, the first MEB vehicle to do so, which enables the concept’s maximum power output of 222 hp (166 kW), 279-mile (450-km) range, and top speed of 99 mph (160 km/h). While Volkswagen has not yet provided the details of the vehicle’s battery pack, it did reveal that charging it from 10% to 80% will take around 20 minutes at a DC fast-charging station. Likewise, when charging at home or on public AC points, the battery can be charged at up to 11 kW.

In addition to its new platform, the ID. 2all also adopts Volkswagen’s new design language – which provides enhancements to the vehicle’s interior and exterior features. One of these is a new C-pillar design, which was originally developed for the first Golf, that offers a new interpretation of the C-pillar signature. Internally, this language translates into a minimalist infotainment system and enables ample interior space for all vehicle occupants.

Heading the infotainment system itself is a 12.9-inch central touch display and a 10.9-inch digital cockpit with a HUD. While many of the vehicle’s features, functions, and systems are controlled through the center screen, an air conditioning control panel underneath hosts physical controls for the volume and air conditioning system. Other vehicle functions can be operated using a menu control system found in the center console that can, for example, change the appearance of the vehicle’s digital instruments.

The interior also provides several options for occupants looking to charge both small and large electronic devices – including a pair of large wireless charging pads for smartphones, several USB-C ports, and a usable 230-V socket. A stowage space under the rear bench seat – which stores the first aid kit, EV charging cable, and breakdown set – can also be used to store and charge larger devices, such as a laptop or tablet.

The ID. 2all’s production version will be one of ten new electric models Volkswagen will target for launch before 2026. Included in this strategy are the ID. 3, ID. Buzz, and ID. 7, all of which are expected to roll out in 2023, as well as an unannounced compact e-SUV and a new EV targeting a price point below €20,000 ($21,222). Through this plan, the Volkswagen Group is ultimately looking to provide its customers with a broad range of EVs and achieve an EV share of 80% in Europe.