Volkswagen ID.4X coupe-crossover unveiled before the premiereJune 22, 2020
The electric car has recently passed certification for production and sales in China. Now his photos have appeared on the web.
The debut of the Volkswagen ID Series electric cars is getting closer. On Monday, June 22, there was an opportunity to look at real photos of the coupe-shaped ID.4X. Recently, the car has been certified in China. New technical details could not be found, but the exterior of the new items can be considered in detail. In the front part, we note the narrow headlights and the chrome strip framing the brand logo.
The car is positioned as a crossover, so the side sills are made of protective plastic. We note the presence of large wheels with an original design. Compared to the concept car, the production version has classic door handles instead of secret ones. In the rear, we note the interesting design of the fog lights, as well as the lights connected by an LED strip.
In China, the production of new items will be launched at SAIC-Volkswagen. For residents of the Celestial Empire, a special version of ID.4 Crozz has already been announced, which will feature original optics and unusual decor.
From a technical point of view, not much is known about the new Volkswagen ID.4X. The machine is made on the new MEB platform, its length is 4,612 mm with a wheelbase of 2,765 mm. According to preliminary data, the car will receive a rear-wheel drive system and a power plant with a return of 204 hp. The maximum speed will be limited to 160 km / h, and the range without recharging will be 500 km. The premiere of Volkswagen ID.4X is scheduled for the second half of 2020.
Earlier it became known that Volkswagen will offer customers to participate in the assembly of cars. Such an opportunity will be provided along with a tour of the factory in Dresden.
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