For a company that did more than any other to create the whole hot hatch movement back in the 1970s and ’80s, VW has been very slow off the mark when it comes to giving its ID.3 some GTI-style pep.

The recently-facelifted ID.3 has a couple of different battery options, but every version has a single motor driving the rear wheels and there’s not much difference in performance between them: zero to 62 mph (100 kmh) in 7.4 seconds for the car with the small power pack and 7.9 seconds for the longer-legged, but heavier car.

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Volkswagen's ID.3 May Be The Foundation For the Next GTI

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