VW published a teaser on the electric crossover ID.4November 1, 2019
A couple of hours ago, the Chinese representative office of VW published a teaser for the ID.4 electric crossover.
The German Volkswagen Group will begin production of its first electric car based on the MEB modular electric platform next Monday. The first ID.3 hatchback is about to roll off the assembly line at the brand’s factory in Zwickau (China).
As representatives of the automaker said more than once, there are still many electric vehicles on the way, including the ID.4 electric crossover (the name has not yet been confirmed), which was first announced in 2017. A few months later, the concept of I.D. Crozz.
After the official show of the new representative of the VW electric family, which is supposedly scheduled for next spring, ID.4 will go on sale in about a year.
In the meantime, the press service of the brand has published a teaser for a new product in China, where model production will be launched from the end of 2020. The aforementioned ID.3 will also be produced at the brand’s facilities in the People’s Republic in a joint venture with the Chinese company SAIC.
The ID.4 shown here is probably a prototype, similar – if not identical – to the one that VW showed off in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show, where the crossover was enclosed in a glass box with very low light. Now we can see the car completely, although the ubiquitous camouflage still very well helps the new product to mask the smallest details of its exterior. The tinted windshield and camouflage in the cabin suggest that VW is not yet ready to show the car’s interior.
Electric cars ID.3 and ID.4 are part of the company’s grand electrification plan. It is planned that by the end of 2020 will be released 10 plug-in hybrid and fully electric versions of current models. By 2023, 10 electric vehicles of the brand based on the MEB platform will be created in China.
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