Volkswagen's new ID 3 electric hatch has been spotted again in a German suburb, this time with a more revealing disguise.
The firm's first bespoke EV has ditched the disorientating patterned wrap for a more easy-to-digest black camo, and we can see only small details like the badging and lighting is subtly covered up.
Recently the firm revealed charging and battery details of the ID 3 ahead of production getting under way later this year.
The ID 3's lithium-ion cells have been designed to allow for a charging capacity of up to 125kW, which puts it ahead of every other mainstream electric car currently on sale. Only premium EVs including the Audi E-tron and Tesla Model X can charge faster.
Volkswagen guarantees the batteries will retain "at least 70%" of their usable capacity after eight years or 100,000 miles of use.
As part of the company's roll-out of its new ID electric vehicles, a new range of domestic charging points has been designed to allow owners to fully charge their cars overnight or during a working day.
The new wall boxes work with charging capacities of up to 11kW (AC), allowing faster charge times than a conventional 230-volt power supply. A fast-charge point would give the ID 3 roughly 162 miles of range in half an hour.
The 261-mile battery utilised in the ID 3 First will be the middle of three battery sizes offered in the ID 3 range, which Volkswagen believes will be the most popular. The £25,500 entry-level version will offer a range of 205 miles, with the largest battery allowing for 342 miles. It is understood the three batteries will be 45, 58 and 77kWh respectively.