Volkswagen Pebble Beach Electric ID BuggyAugust 20, 2019
The new battery will provide the car with a course of 255 km. The maximum speed will be 150 km / h.
Buggy debuted during California Fashion Week as part of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Pictures showcase inspired Meyerome Manks, who rushes by car along the beach.
Car enthusiasts first met this car in the spring of this year at the Geneva Motor Show. The basis for the buggy was the MEB electric architecture from the Volkswagen Group.
The manufacturer is currently seriously thinking about releasing a series of new buggies. Representatives of the company see this as an attempt to prove that electric vehicles can be enjoyed.
ID Buggy has an electric power plant for 202 horsepower, which is located in the rear axle. Cars can accelerate to one hundred km / h in 7.2 seconds. The maximum speed will not exceed 150 km / h. Power is supplied from a battery with a capacity of 62 kW / h.
As for the size of the car, they are 4063x1890x1463 mm. The platform is located on a 2650 mm wheelbase and has a ground clearance of 2400 mm. The conceptual version is designed for two seats for passengers, however, in theory, you can add a couple more places.
Auto acquired LED headlights and a large front bumper, the body lowers on the sides. The back is quite high, it also has a crossbeam. The front windshield is free. The car has no roof and doors. The removable cover can act as protection against adverse weather conditions.
At the moment, the date when the buggy will go into production has not been named. Most likely, this will happen after the release of more popular electric vehicles.
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