After debuting the I.D. Crozz in April, Volkswagen is bringing a brand new model of the idea to the Frankfurt motor present this month. The I.D. Crozz II previews an electrical crossover that may hit the market in 2020.
Oddly, the brand new idea appears extraordinarily much like the unique one. The most important adjustments embrace LED lights that look extra reasonable for manufacturing, up to date wheels, and extra noticeable physique cladding that provides athletic attraction. In distinction to the Hibiscus Pink Metallic paint job, the rear receives a black end very similar to the outdated mannequin. The roof seems to have photo voltaic panels.
Contained in the cabin, Volkswagen stored the overall format of the unique idea. Eradicating the B-pillar frees up area, permitting simple entry and exit by way of doorways that swing and slide open. There’s apparently sufficient room to suit a bicycle regardless of the low roofline.
Drivers and passengers can open and shut the doorways utilizing voice instructions. The manufacturing model will finally function a completely autonomous driving mode that passengers might be activated by way of voice instruction.
Just like the earlier idea, the brand new mannequin delivers 302 hp and tops out at 112 mph. An all-wheel-drive system contains an electrical motor on the entrance axle and one other on the rear, along with a centrally positioned battery. VW says this format helps with weight distribution and permits the I.D. Crozz II to realize related dealing with traits to the Golf GTI. The mannequin options digital damping, a multi-link rear suspension, and MacPherson struts. Vary is estimated to hit about 310 miles.
Along with the crossover, Volkswagen will introduce two different electrical autos as a part of its new I.D. household. A hatch will arrive in 2020, and a revived Microbus is coming in 2022. All three autos will sit on VW’s all-electric MEB structure and can run on an working system that permits for fast software program updates.
The I.D. Crozz will debut alongside the Polo GTI and Golf Sportsvan on the Frankfurt Motor Present.