However, the changes in the 2023 VW ID.3 are limited to design and interiors. It will continue to be powered by the 58 kWh battery pack offering up to 426 km range on a full charge. The front bumper has been redesigned and the layout for the taillamp has been redesigned as well. Inside it gets a 12-inch infotainment display and software-based upgrades. The ID.3 will be offered in four variants starting from a base price of 43,995 Euros (Rs 37.74 lakh approx).
So will the ID.3 be the first VW EV to reach India? While we cannot confirm the same at this time, in June 2022, Volkswagen India Brand Director, Ashish Gupta, confirmed to TOI Auto that the automaker will be bringing in test mules and testing the ID.4 electric vehicle in the country to see how they perform in Indian conditions. He promised us that the automaker will soon share its electrification plans for the market.
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