The Volkswagen ID. Crozz concept has evolved into the ID.4 electric SUV ahead of an official launch later this year.
Based on the new modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform, the ID.4 will be sold as a zero-emission SUV, with a driving range of approximately 500km.
Initially, the rear-wheel drive version will be available with an electric all-wheel drive version to follow at a later date.
The high-voltage battery will be positioned near the centre of the underbody to aid lowering the centre of gravity and optimizing dynamics and axle load distribution.
Inside a fully digital cockpit will be found operated primarily through touch surfaces and voice control systems, similar to the set-up in the new Golf.
The ID.4 represents another step towards Volkswagen’s plans for full carbon-neutrality by 2050. Along with the rollout of fully electric models, the brand is also adding plug-in and mild hybrid technology to its portfolio.
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