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VW ID3: pricing, specification and range

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Volkswagen has confirmed pricing for additional variants of the fully electric ID3, which will be available for first deliveries before the end of October.

Following the introduction of the 1st Edition model, seven additional versions are now available with on-the-road pricing (inc grant) starting from £29,990.

Six of these models – known as Pro Performance - use a 58kWh battery and 204 PS motor, giving around 260 miles of range, while the ID.3 Tour with a 77kWh battery and an increased range of 336 miles is also available.

Next year more accessible variants – with lower power outputs and the smallest 45kWh battery – will go on sale.

The Pro Performance models are available is six trim levels: Life, Style, Business, Family, Tech and Max.

All seven new ID3 models feature LED headlights, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Assist, Car2X, Natural Voice Control, parking sensors front and rear, and wheels no smaller than 18 inches in diameter.

In addition, they all receive navigation with 10-inch touch screen, keyless start and climate control.

Specification levels

The new specification levels are pre-configured with different option packages: there are five in total with each having an additional ‘Plus’ version. These are identified as Design, Infotainment, Comfort, Assistance and Sport.

The Design package includes LED matrix headlights, interior ambient lighting with 30 colours, an illuminated light strip that runs between the headlights and the Volkswagen roundel, and tinted rear windows. The ‘Plus’ version adds a large panoramic sunroof 130cm long and over a metre wide.

The Infotainment package features Discover Pro navigation with a 10-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, DAB and two front USB-C sockets. The ‘Plus’ package adds an upgraded sound pack with subwoofer and augmented reality head-up display.

The Comfort package includes electrically folding and adjustable mirrors with projection light, automatically dimming rear-view mirror, rain sensor, heated seats and a heated steering wheel. ‘Plus’ adds two-zone climate control and a variable boot floor.

The Assistance package comes a rear view camera, keyless entry, and illuminated door handles. ‘Plus’ specification adds Travel Assist, Side Assist and Emergency Assist.

The Sport package brings progressive steering and sports suspension. The ‘Plus’ version will be available at a later date and adds Dynamic Chassis Control.

Lowest priced ID3

The lowest-priced ID3 Life model has two packages included: the Infotainment and Comfort.

The ID3 Business costs £33,720 and features four packages: Design, Infotainment, Comfort and Assistance.

ID3 Family costs £34,650 and adds to the Business specification with Design ‘Plus’, Infotainment, Comfort ‘Plus’ and Assistance packages.

Style focuses on aesthetics. Costing £34,180, it has three packages: Design ‘Plus’, Infotainment and Comfort.

The ID3 Tech has the Design ‘Plus’, Infotainment ‘Plus’, Comfort and Assistance ‘Plus’ packages. It costs £36,190.

As the name suggests, the ID3 Max is highly specified, with ‘Plus’ versions of the Design, Infotainment, Comfort and Assistance packages, it is priced at £38,220. It also introduces the Sport package with progressive steering and sports suspension.

Finally, the ID3 Tour carries the Design package and three ‘Plus’ packages: Infotainment, Comfort and Assistance.

ID.3 Pro Performance specifications (58 kWh and 204 PS)



0-62 mph

Range (WLTP, combined)

Energy consumption (WLTP)



7.3 sec

263 miles

4.2 miles/kWh



7.3 sec

262 miles

4.2 miles/kWh



7.3 sec

260 miles

4.2 miles/kWh



7.3 sec

261 miles

4.2 miles/kWh



7.3 sec

260 miles

4.2 miles/kWh



7.3 sec

258 miles

4.2 miles/kWh

ID.3 Pro S specifications (77 kWh and 204 PS)



7.9 sec

336 miles

4.1 miles/kWh

* Prices displayed are RRP OTR including the £3,000 plug-in car grant 

Charging performance


Charge rate (DC)

5% to 80% charge time (at DC rate)

Range from 30 min rapid charge

0-100% charge time (7.2 kW AC)

Pro Performance

100 kW

35 min

180 miles

9 hr 30 min

Pro S

125 kW

38 min

217 miles


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  • W R Hunter - 19/12/2020 12:26

    Can you tell me why the ID3 Tour has no provision for a Tow Bar. It is called the TOUR version after all. A few people do tour with bikes.

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