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The ID Crozz will be the first ID EV to arrive in the US, and here at the Frankfurt Motor Show, VW showed off a new version of the Crozz that's ever so slightly closer to its production-ready form.
The rear and sides have slight adjustments to lower trim pieces, and it takes a real keen eye to point them out.
The LED headlights have been tweaked to be "more representative of those in a production car."
VW claims a power output of about 300 horsepower, with a top speed of about 112 mph.
There's an infotainment screen in the middle, and just like the other ID models, the steering wheel can fold into the dashboard when the car is driving itself.
When the driver is in charge, he or she will receive navigation directions through an augmented-reality head-up display.