Prior to the ID.7, Volkswagen unveiled a concept ID. which it dubs ID.2all. There is a lot going on with the Volkswagen ID.2all Concept. For starters, it is described as “spacious like a Golf, affordable like a Polo.” How affordable? Well, VW says it will cost less than 25,000 euros which is about US$27,400 based on the current going rate (obviously that will change in 2026 when it launches).
Another thing that you will notice is that the Volkswagen ID.2all Concept has a very different design language, including the C-pillar design, from the rest of the ID.s. The world premiere provides us with a good look at the production version in 2025.
The ID.2all is developed based on the latest “evolutionary stage” of the modular electric drive platform and while it is too early to have technical details, we do know that this little guy will be rocking premium innovations such as Travel Assist and IQ.LIGHT or Electric Vehicle Route Planner.
It will be built on the enhanced MEB Entry platform and outfitted with a powerful electric motor that puts out 166 kW (226 PS or 223 hp) which will enable this front-wheel drive EV to make naught to 100 (62 mph) in under 7s and a top speed of 160 km/h (99 mph).
The yet-to-be-confirmed battery system will have a range of up to 450 km (280 miles) and it will take about 20 minutes to take it from 10% to 80%.
An early look at the interior was also offered in the form of renders. The interior will boast a self-explanatory infotainment system with classic volume control (thank you!) and a separate air conditioning block (also much appreciated).
And the final details we know are that it will have generous storage of 490-1,330L (129-351 GAL) and it will roll on 20-inch wheels wrapped in low profile 225/40 tires.
All images courtesy of Volkswagen.