No ID crozz in the UK if I recall. I'm bit disappointed with the website and launch. The car looks cheap and bland. Also there seem to be charges for lane assist and rear speakers. Hopeless.It reminds me of the Nissan Leaf. I think it's a similar profile. I guess VW and Nissan's wind tunnels produced similar results. I think the ID. Crozz will be a more attractive offering. The thickness of the battery back, particularly when compared to the Model 3's, has resulted in VW tilting the rear seats backwards to get a a more comfortable knee position. From what we know about the E Golf I'm sure efficiency and range will be up there with the Kona.
We have known since pre ordering opened that the 1st Edition for UK was one spec and no HUD or panoramic roof. It isn't new news.UK to get 1st plus?.I was hoping for the HUD
I think the second comment relates to the UK version, and is on the UK webpage.Not according to VW ...
Does seem strange that press reports say it has lane keeping but there's no mention of that on the VW UK website... I can't believe you can't at least specify it as an option.I’m personally happy with the spec apart from one glaring omission, (although rear speakers as an option is a bit cheeky).
Lane keeping assist! This is surely just an omission in the spec release? No other EV, new to the market hasn’t had some form of ‘Co-pilot’ that I know of.
Close to zero. I am 90% sure that other than colour there are no options on UK 1st Edition. To get options I am fairly sure you will need to wait until Spring 2020 when general ordering opens.I think the second comment relates to the UK version, and is on the UK webpage.
This suggests that the pan roof and other items may be available as options.
Very disappointed they did not have a car on show in each of the four available colours, our preference is for the Manganese Grey.
Based on the current info we need, as a mimimum...
1st PLUS, Manganese Grey, black/grey interior, comfort seats, rear speakers, 20" wheels, WELL UNDER £40K BEFORE PICG! 😎
What are the chances! 😉
Seems really perverse factory fitting a relatively expensive SatNav to a car that presumably has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard which can run any number of free or paid nav apps from a smart phone to the big screen.This from Fleet news.
The basic version of the ID.3 (1st) includes a satnav, DAB, seat heating and steering wheel heating, armrests at the front, a Mode-2 charging cable and 18-inch alloy wheels.
The ID.3 1st Plus additionally features a rear view camera system, Adaptive Cruise Control and the keyless locking and starting system. It also has 19-inch wheels, LED matric headlights and tinted windows.
Range-topping ID.3 1st Max includes an augmented reality head-up display, Beats sound system, panorama sliding/tilting glass roof and 20-inch wheels. It also has a lane keeping system with Emergency Assist, a lane change system, wireless phone charging and comfort seats.
UK to get 1st plus?.I was hoping for the HUD.