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Max. Power

250kW

Measured in kilowatts (kW), the max power output of an electric vehicle represents the peak electrical power delivered by its motor. This figure reflects the vehicle’s top performance, influencing acceleration and overall power delivery.

A sporty connection

No matter whether you are commuting into a bustling city or out for a spirited coastal drive, the intelligent dual-motor 4MOTION all-wheel drive system of the new ID. 5 GTX will provide you all the power needed and more, to help you reach your destination. Because a GTX is not just built for tarmac roads – it offers outstanding performance on all kinds of routes.

Tuned for driving pleasure

With 250kW of power, the ID. 5 GTX offers breathtaking e-performance that won’t disappoint. Fitted with Dynamic Chassis Control and progressive steering, the ID. 5 GTX provides dynamic handling and a direct driving experience, especially when driving in a spirited manner, all while remaining composed and comfortable.

Expressive and alluring style

Powerful, sporty, expressive: with its distinctive coupé contours, the new ID. 5 GTX stands out amongst the crowd. Thanks to exclusive GTX design elements such as its 20-inch alloy wheels, black roof and roof frame strip and C-pillar in anthracite, this ID. 5 is clearly recognisable as a GTX. The rear spoiler of the ID. 5 GTX gives this top performer an exciting and athletic look.

When will the ID. Range arrive at dealers in Australia?

The ID. Range will arrive at dealers in 2024. You can register your interest here to receive updates prior to its arrival.

When will detailed specifications be available?

Detailed specifications on the full ID. Range will be available in the first half of 2024.

How does a Volkswagen EV battery work?

The ID. Family’s newly developed modular electric drive matrix (MEB) has been specifically designed for electric vehicles.

Why go electric?

Electric vehicles aren’t just better for the environment, there are more reasons arguing in favour of sustainble electric mobility – from saving the back pocket to more simple moments we take for granted.

How do I charge a Volkswagen EV?

Charging your electric car is simple. Just plug it in to a suitable power source and it will charge until it’s full. The type of charger you’re using will affect how quickly your vehicle charges.

This is Our Way to Zero

We’re the first vehicle manufacturer to use freighters powered by natural gas to ship our vehicles. Natural gas powered freighters produce up to 20% less carbon emissions than conventional freighters.

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