VW Says Its First ID Will Cost Less Than €25,000. Is It Changing — And Is That Price Competitive?

For as long as we can remember, Volkswagen has been talking up its promised range of electric cars, showcasing a range of different “I.D.” badged concepts over the last three years.

In 2020, it will begin production of its first ID-badged car: a hatchback destined for the European market and underpinned with Volkswagen’s new MEB platform.

This week, Volkswagen has detailed what it says this new car will be priced from — €25,000 before incentives. Does this make the car competitively priced, or not? And does this mean Volkswagen is really changing its tune on electric cars, talking less and making more?

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