The entry-level electric car with the hot-hatch heritage seems like an obvious winner in the U.S. market.
The production ID.GTI, which is confirmed for Europe, will sit on the MEB Entry platform, a front-wheel-drive version of Volkswagen’s existing MEB EV platform.
Di Si confirms that Volkswagen is committed to launching a less expensive EV in the U.S. below the ID.4, a role the production GTI would seem perfectly suited for.
it could cost as little as $9 or as much as $40. The Model Y is currently the most popular EV.