Cars & Motor

Volkswagen ID.5 and ID.5 GTX - State-of-the-art interior - diverse customization

Quelle: AUTOMOTOTV (Glomex)

Thanks to the wheelbase of 2.77 meters and the space-saving architecture of the modular E-toolkit (MEB), the interior has the spacious character of a lounge. This gain in space underscores the newly gained possibilities in design that result from electric drives and presents the body style of the future with the ID.5. Despite the sloping, sporty roof line, there is a large interior that looks modern, comfortable and elegant. Its design underscores the generous spatial impression: the dashboard appears light and seems to be floating because it is not connected to the center console. A soft surface covers the upper part of the instrument panel, which is divided up by decorative stitching. In the dark, the 10-color ambient lighting (standard) traces the lines of the interior – the light architecture of the ID.5 is an integral part of the design concept. Getting into the ID.5 is easy and the overview is excellent because the driver and passengers – especially the rear passengers – sit comfortably high. The front seats have armrests on the inside that can be individually and flexibly adjusted for the driver and front passenger. Between them lies the long center console, which can be used in many ways. For example, the customer can choose the cupholder position individually. The noise level while driving is very low - the E-SUV coupé develops its power almost silently. One reason for this is the sophisticated aeroacoustics, and a second is the complex insulating measures in the body. New technologies lower their weight, the side skirts, for example, consist of a combination of aluminum and ultra-high-strength steel