Volkswagen ID.4 presented as a pickup truckSeptember 28, 2020
An image of an ideal all-electric truck for the city has been published on the web.
It’s only been a couple of days since the first ID-branded Volkswagen electric car, the Volkswagen ID.4, was officially unveiled. Nevertheless, the Brazilian designer Kleber Silva has radically rethought the car, presenting it, including, in the form of an electric pickup.
A small cargo platform is unlikely to make this pickup practical enough, however, despite its compact size, it looks great and has a 400 km range of an electric crossover.
Silva has added a host of other nifty interpretations of the ID.4 to his portfolio, including the ID-Crozz II-style coupe-crossover, station wagon, sedan and the improved GTX crossover. Rumors of Volkswagen’s upcoming “GTX” sub-brand as a sort of electric all-wheel-drive counterpart to the long-standing GTI sub-brand first surfaced late last year.
In the images of the Silva ID.4, the GTX features a GTI-style wheelset, red brake calipers, a black tailgate and a large aggressive grille that spans the entire width of the front fascia and is framed on both sides by a thin bezel in black brackets.
By the way, Volkswagen is believed to be working on a GTX version of its new crossover ID.4. The coupe version of the ID.4 doesn’t seem too far-fetched either, given the Germans’ penchant for this body style and the fact that Volkswagen has many derivatives on the overseas market that use the same styling as the Volkswagen Tiguan X and Nivus. As for the sedan and station wagon, it is unlikely that they are unlikely to get into the series.
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