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First Look: Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ concept at IAABy Product Expert | Posted in Volkswagen Concepts, Volkswagen I.D. on Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 at 11:35 am
New images of the VW I.D. CROZZ at Frankfurt Motor Show
If VW has made one thing clear in 2017, it’s that the future of the brand is going to be electrified. We expect to see hybrid models and electric cars rolling out within the next eight years, and with them will come plenty of advanced technology. VW has notably been absent when it comes to SUV options until now, with the introduction of the all-new Tiguan and the VW Atlas, but the I.D. CROZZ concept shows that Volkswagen is not only planning on introducing better electric cars, but a whole range of options. With the International Motor Show (IAA) hosted over in Frankfurt now taking place, we’re seeing new images of the concept crossover.
What makes the I.D. CROZZ unique?
When we first saw the I.D. CROZZ, which was flaunted on after the I.D. car concept and I.D. BUZZ microbus concept, we weren’t sure if production would be a reality. Now Volkswagen has made it clear that all three models are ones it hopes to make happen, and as early as 2020.
In order for an EV to realistically make an impact in the market, it’s clear that the model must be attractive, powerful and efficient. Shown in Hibiscus Red Metallic, we think the crossover offers a clean, modern design.
The I.D. CROZZ takes design a step further with sliding doors, an absence of B-pillars and an Open Space design that puts interior space first.
More Concept: VW I.D. BUZZ
Though all modern vehicles have some form of air filtration and voice commands, VW imagines a vehicle with a system that provides key information about air quality, and voice commands that not only handle infotainment, but also open doors or even trigger the I.D. Pilot mode.
We won’t know exact details on the model’s performance until it is closer to a real production date, but the idea is that the model will offer advanced technology in a cleaner, roomier package. While still driving like a Golf GTI.
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