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I'll get this out of the way now -- I think the name is not good.
But since the Buzz was a bus, it makes taxonomical sense that the Crozz would be a cross... over.
The ID Crozz has two electric motors, one on each axle.
Net output is 302 horsepower -- 201 coming from the back, and 101 coming from the front.
It'll reach 311 miles on a single charge, going off Euro NEDC estimates.
Hooked up to a 150-kW charger, it can receive up to 80 percent of a full charge in half an hour.
It's lower and more compact than a Tiguan, yet the battery-electric platform means it has superior interior volume.
Its 48/52 front-rear weight distribution means it should handle pretty well, too.
The VW ID Crozz concept debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show.
Volkswagen hopes to put it in production in 2020.
Autodesk VRED Professional 2017 SP1