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.

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The rear and sides have slight adjustments to lower trim pieces, and it takes a real keen eye to point them out.

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The LED headlights have been tweaked to be "more representative of those in a production car."

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VW claims a power output of about 300 horsepower, with a top speed of about 112 mph. 

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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. 

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The front doors open like normal, but the rear doors slide backward, presenting the occupants with a huge entryway. 

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When the driver is in charge, he or she will receive navigation directions through an augmented-reality head-up display.

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A huge panoramic roof brings light into the cabin. 

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The ID Crozz will be built atop Volkswagen's brand new MEB platform, developed specifically for electric cars,

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