Volkswagen has released the final version of one of the most important cars it's ever made — the ID.3, an affordable all-electric car that VW is betting its future on. Built on an EV platform that will be used for several cars and SUVs, the ID.3 bears a strong resemblance to the Golf hatchback, with a smoother, more refined shape. Three tiers of the ID.3 will be available when the car starts deliveries in 2020, each with a different amount of range. The base model will be able to travel up to 205 miles, topping out at 340 miles for the top trim level. Inside, you'll find a higher level of tech than in VW's other cars, with the experience centering on a 10-inch infotainment screen. An interesting touch is the lack of buttons for everything but the windows and hazard blinkers — everything else is controlled via the touchscreen or touch-sensitive pads. VW says the ID.3 will come in under $33,000 for the base model, with no plans to bring it to the US for now.