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An ID.3 pre-production prototype car is shown during the presentation of Volkswagen's new electric car on the eve of the International Frankfurt Motor Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

An ID.3 pre-production prototype car is shown during the presentation of Volkswagen's new electric car on the eve of the International Frankfurt Motor Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

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An ID.3 pre-production prototype car is shown during the presentation of Volkswagen's new electric car on the eve of the International Frankfurt Motor Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

VOLKSWAGEN’S new electric family car, the ID, will cost under €30,000 when it goes on sale in Ireland late next year.

The auto giant’s first EV of the new era has just been unveiled to the world amid pomp and promises of more to come.

The basic version of the ID.31 will cost Irish buyers €30,000 after VRT rebate and SEAI grant (€10,000 in total) have been deducted.


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