Volkswagen introduced the electric car Volkswagen ID Space VizzionNovember 21, 2019
New Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion is the seventh all-electric brand identifier.
Volkswagen introduced the all-electric Vizzion concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This is the seventh member of the ID family of electric cars that will go on sale in North America, China and Europe in 2021.
The Space Vizzion concept is based on Volkswagen’s specialized MEB all-electric platform. It is equipped with a 82 kW lithium-ion battery and an electric motor on each axis with 335 hp, 700 Nm of torque, an active all-wheel drive system and a power reserve of 590 km. Volkswagen says the electric car can accelerate to 100 km / h in 5.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 175 km / h.
Volkswagen also claims that the impressive range is due to its aerodynamically optimized front bumper and roofline, which help ensure a drag coefficient of just 0.24 – better than the Porsche Taycan. The model received a functional rear diffuser, a spoiler, a set of 22-inch low-resistance alloy wheels and an illuminated VW logo for the front grille. ID Space Vizzion also comes with digital door handles that can be opened using the smartphone app.
Inside, the Vizzion concept is equipped with a gear selector mounted on the column and a 15.6-inch soaring infotainment screen mounted in the center of the dashboard. There is also an expanded virtual reality display and a miniature digital dashboard. The environmentally friendly interior is finished with Alcantara, chrome-plated paint, as well as a new leather-like plant material called AppleSkin, which is made from apple cake.
Space Vizzion boasts 586 liters of luggage space, which is just 29 liters less than the Volkswagen Tiguan. Volkswagen provided a place for electric vehicle charging cables under the boot floor and equipped a pair of electric longboards that can be used as a solution for urban mobility of the last mile.
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