Volkswagen’s new ID.2 electric vehicle test mule has been spotted on the streets of Berlin and it looks rather strange. It appears that Volkswagen has taken the body of its larger ID.3 model and shortened it down to fit the ID.2 test mule, creating a rather unusual-looking car. The Volkswagen ID.2 is set to be an affordable version of the company’s popular all-electric ID lineup, and while we don’t yet know what it will look like, this test mule gives us a glimpse into what we can expect from the final design. Read on to learn more about this strange-looking car and what it means for Volkswagen’s electric future.

The Volkswagen ID.2 test mule was spotted on the streets of Germany

The Volkswagen ID.2 test mule was spotted on the streets of Germany and it looks weird with a shortened ID. body. The test mule is said to be for testing purposes only, but it’s not clear what exactly is being tested. The front end of the car appears to be the same as the production ID.2, but the rear end has been shortened and there are no rear doors. This could mean that Volkswagen is testing a new platform or body style for the ID.2, or it could simply be a one-off test mule. Either way, it’s an interesting sighting and we’ll be sure to keep an eye out for more information on this strange car.

The ID.2 is a shortened version of the ID.3

The ID.2 is a shortened version of the Volkswagen ID.3. It has been seen testing in Europe with a reduced rear overhang and shorter wheelbase. The front end appears to be identical to the ID.3, but the rear windows have been blacked out. The interior of the ID.2 has not been seen, but it is expected to be similar to the ID.3, with a digital instrument cluster and infotainment system. The ID.2 is expected to be launched in 2020, and will be available with a range of electric motors and batteries.

The ID.2 is expected to be released in 2020

In 2020, Volkswagen is expected to release the ID.2, a test mule that looks weird with its shortened ID. body. The vehicle is based on the MEB platform and will be built at the company’s Zwickau factory in Germany. It will have a range of approximately 250 miles and a top speed of 93 mph.