Debut of EV Hatch: 2025/2026
A short while ago, news spread concerning the fate of the Volkswagen Golf after the eighth model. Sources indicated that it may transform into an electric car for its succeeding generation. At presents, nothing is concrete yet; however, images have been snapped of a compact electric vehicle being tested by Wolfsburg, which looks remarkably like the ID.3. Remarkably, this automobile is boasting a minute wheelbase.
At present, VW’s plans for its future electric vehicles are somewhat ambiguous. The news released last week stated that an ID.2 concept will be displayed to preview the Golf EV; however, alternative rumors say it could instead launch as an electric substitute for the Polo. Nevertheless, this soon-to-arrive car is set to be the first to ride on Volkswagen’s MEB-Plus platform which will be equipped to accommodate front-wheel drive but also dual-motor systems.
This exemplar boasts truncated wheel arches and noticeably petite back portals. In spite of this, what you observe in the photo collection below might not accurately reflect the ultimate composition between the assets of the entryway and backdoor since the facial ones appear to be about double as voluminous. No commentary can be made about the external pattern considering this is a mere placeholder using existing modules from the ID.3 car. Nonetheless, we do know one definite thing –the pattern will differ from the outward look of the ID. Life concept and a novel design is going to arrive soon.
Rumor has it that this upcoming electric car is going to measure 4,250 millimetres (167.3 inches) in length. This will make it smaller compared to traditional petrol-fuelled Golf cars. Word is that the car’s mass may range from 1,600 kilograms to 1,700 kilograms (3,527 to 3,748 pounds). Moreover, speculations of a hot GTX version, as well as an off-road ready ID.2 X model, have also been doing the rounds.
This car is evidently still in a primitive stage of progress, and we should look forward to hearing more about Volkswagen’s plans shortly. The normal Golf has been declared to undergo a mid-cycle transformation a year from now, as a consequence retaining its availability until 2027 or 2028. The fresh electric hatch, then again, may not make it to the market until 2025 or perhaps even 2026, which would mean that the two models will be sold side by side for a minimum of one year or two.