Volkswagen's third full-electric model from the ID family, the coupe-styled ID5, will be a Europe-only model, said VW brand's e-mobility boss, Thomas Ulbrich.
The ID5 is a sister model to the ID4 compact crossover and ID3 compact hatchback.
The ID5 will go on sale next year in Europe.
Ulbrich said VW has no plans to sell the ID5 outside of Europe.
Instead the ID4 will be VW brand's biggest-selling EV, with 500,000 units planned for 2025, Ulbrich told Automobilwoche, a German-language sister publication of Automotive News Europe.
The ID4 will be the volume model of the ID family and VW's first global electric car built on three continents simultaneously, Ulbrich said.
The ID4 is currently being built in Zwickau, Germany, ahead of its sales launch in Europe this autumn. ID4 production will start this year at VW's plants in Anting and Foshan, China. U.S. production is slated to begin in 202 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
VW is currently rolling out the ID3 in Europe. The ID3 will also be built and sold in China but it's considered too small to sell successfully in the U.S.
By 2023, Ulbrich expects VW brand to sell 1 million EVs a year.