Volkswagen unveils the ID. Space Vizzion
The company says the large electric wagon is a design study, but it might hit production eventually.
The car utilizes the MEB chassis and tech also used in the ID.3. In its most basic version, it comes driven by a single rear-axle mounted engine with 280 hp (209 kW). A more expensive variant packs dual motors, AWD and 360 hp (268 kW). It runs 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in around five seconds and hits the limit at 175 km/h (108 mph).
The study is 4,958 mm (16.27 feet) long and features 586 liters (20.7 cubic feet) of trunk space. The wheels measure 22 inches across, and the aerodynamic drag is as low as 0.24. A 82-kWh traction battery gives it around 560 kilometers (348 miles) of range.
The main cabin highlight is the AppleSkin, a ‘vegan-friendly imitation leather’ made out of recycled materials. As for the dashboard, its design is as minimalistic as possible, since most of the information is on the HUD. The infotainment display measures 15.6 inches across.
Production prospects remain vague.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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