First All-Electric Volkswagen Sedan Coming to Gossett VW of Germantown

First All-Electric Volkswagen Sedan Coming to Gossett VW of Germantown

Ready for gas-free driving here in Memphis? Your favorite automaker is making emissions-free commuting possible with the debut of the ID. Aero.

This is the first fully electric Volkswagen sedan ever produced, meaning you’ll be able to drive back and forth between Tennessee and Arkansas without having to fill up at a gas station again.

We know that many young drivers in Germantown are interested in owning a high-tech, luxurious sedan for their daily commutes, and the Volkswagen ID. Aero fits the bill. As the newest member of the VW ID. lineup, the ID. Aero midsize sedan is built on the brand’s dedicated MEB architecture and powered by a 77-kWh lithium-ion battery.

The compact size and lightweight build of this car results in efficient performance over long distances. Its anticipated range is around 385 miles on a full charge, making the ID. Aero an excellent option for drivers living near Germantown.[1] Plus, you can easily recharge the electric sedan overnight at your home.

Other highlights of the VW ID. Aero include an aerodynamic shape, a spacious interior, huge 22-inch wheels, and IQ.LIGHT LED headlights.

The ID. Aero will begin its production in China soon and will be available for sale here in the U.S. late next year. So, if you don’t want to wait until 2023 to upgrade your ride, find an electric Volkswagen in stock at Gossett VW of Germantown now that you can lease — like the ID.4.

[1] Predicted range for completion of the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) cycles on a rolling road test bed (not in series-production condition). WLTP range values for production vehicles may vary depending on equipment. The actual range achieved under real conditions varies depending on the driving style, speed, use of comfort features or auxiliary equipment, outside temperature, number of passengers/load, and topography

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