Volkswagen aims to bring around 23 fully electric models by 2025. In line with its new product strategy, the German carmaker has revealed the all-new I.D. Crozz Electric Crossover concept at the 67th IAA International Motor Show. The Volkswagen I.D. Crozz is the third electric VW concepts, the other two are I.D. Concept and I.D. Buzz.
The I.D. Concept is essentially an electric Golf, while the I.D. Buzz is the electric version of the VW Microbus. Sharing the new avant-grade design and ‘all electric architecture’, all three concepts represent future production models. Check Out – Volkswagen T-ROC Picture Gallery
Volkswagen I.D. Crozz Concept Picture Gallery
Painted in ‘Hibiscus Red Metallic’ shade, the Volkswagen I.D. Crozz concept looks quite aggressive and sporty. This new four-door coupe crossover concept has grille-less face. Though, it features sleek LED headlamps, clean lines, contoured wings, a wide bonnet and roof with a high gloss black finish.
Interestingly, the B-pillars were missing on the concept. VW offers large swinging and sliding doors for easy ingress/egress. The company also equipped the Volkswagen I.D. Crozz concept with its newly-developed CleanAir system with an information display that not only shows the current activities of the system, but displays the quality of air in the cabin as well. Read: New Volkswagen Polo – All You Need To Know
The concept car also features a new voice assistant for opening and closing the doors. The automated driving mode can be activated or deactivated by voice command. Read – Volkswagen Virtus Might Replace Vento in India
For power, the Volkswagen I.D. Crozz crossover concept gets two electric motors – one driving the front wheels and the other the rear wheels. The torque is delivered via an ‘electric propshaft’. The SUV has a high-performance 225kW battery pack offering a maximum power output of 301bhp and a top speed of 180kmph. On one battery charge, it can run up to 500 kilometres. The battery pack can be charged up to 80% in 30 minutes on a fast charging system.