Sure, the production vehicle will probably have a few changes, but the I.D. Crozz in concept form is pretty snazzy.
Volkswagen is betting big on EVs and has committed to bringing 15 electric vehicles to market globally by 2025.
The first we'll get here in the states will be a crossover based on the funky looking I.D. Crozz concept.
Volkswagen says this new EV will hit U.S. shores in 2020, followed by a van based on the I.D. Buzz concept in 2022.
The I.D. Crozz production vehicle is expected to have 200 miles of range standard, with an option to boost the range to 300 miles.
Total horsepower output is 302 ponies, thanks to two electric motors.
One motor on the front axle provides 101 horsepower while another on the rear axle puts out 201 horses.
The lack of a B-pillar makes loading and unloading people and stuff pretty easy.
The concept I.D. Crozz features a self-driving system, but it won't be ready for market until 2025.
Still, we expect some pretty slick technology from the production version.
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