Volkswagen Steps Up with a Full-Electric Vehicle Push
Promising, Innovative, and Impressive
Without a doubt, Volkswagen is by far one of the largest automakers making efforts to offset CO2 emissions. What is so remarkable is the Volkswagen brand’s sheer determination to achieve this goal.
The manufacturer has established battery factories, for one thing, yet continues to cement its efforts by delivering fast-charging electric vehicles that would appeal to drivers and policymakers alike. In the following, we give a rundown of the key electric efforts of the Volkswagen Group.
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Volkswagen ID.4 1st Edition
Engineered to win hearts, the ID.4 is a compact electric SUV with the design and driving dynamics many cars can only desire. The ID.4 runs primarily as a rear-wheel-drive and comes equipped with an 82-kWh battery pack, a 201-horsepower electric motor, and 228 lb-ft of torque. It also supports DC fast-charging up to 125 kW. A 302 horsepower ID.4 model will soon be available for Miami drivers who demand more power.
Also, the ID.4 offers three years of fast charging with Electrify America at no additional cost to drivers.
The Volkswagen ID.3 is a compact hatchback with a visionary design, high levels of driving dynamics, and a promise of sustainability. The vehicle is equipped with varying battery sizes.
Firstly, there’s a 45 kWh battery that delivers a driving range of up to 330 kilometers. As well as that, there’s also a 77 kWh that gets up to 550 kilometers of electrically powered range. The ID.3 achieves a top speed of 99 miles per hour. That said, the ID.3 is not likely to make it to the United States, as Volkswagen feels there may not be enough demand for it.
The ID.5, which will go into production in 2021, is intended as a coupe version of the ID.4 discussed above. This means it will be based on Volkswagen Group’s modular electric platform (MEB), just like the ID.4. The vehicle will also be equipped with the same range of battery packs and powertrains as the ID.4.
First teased as an ID Roomzz concept car back in 2019, the ID.6 is due to go on sale in 2021. It features an 82kWh cell that’s capable of delivering a purported 280-mile range and a combined output of 302 brake horsepower.
Volkswagen ID Vizzion
If you’ve ever dreamt about a future where you can sit in a self-driving car without an inherent safety risk, a vehicle safe enough to make you give up the wheel, then it’s worth looking forth to the ID Vizzion. The ID Vizzion promises to leverage augmented reality to deliver an intuitive driving experience that’s as safe as it is convenient.
When available, the vehicle will feature a four-wheel-drive powertrain, a 225 kW battery, and deliver a battery-powered driving range of up to 665 kilometers.
Volkswagen ID Buzz
The Volkswagen ID Buzz is an electric-powered, stylish, luxurious passenger van with up to 300 horsepower. The ID Buzz is due in US showrooms in 2023.
Volkswagen ID Space Vizzion
Another vehicle that may be headed for production in a fast-expanding lineup of electric vehicles at Volkswagen is the ID Space Vizzion. It’s an all-electric-run state that’s slated to launch in 2023.
The ID.1 is a small, lightweight, powerful and efficient electric city car that’s suitable for everyday use. It’s scheduled to go into production in 2025.
Volkswagen ID. Buggy
The ID Buggy was intended as an open-top Volkswagen electric car with a modern interpretation of the classic dune buggy. The ID Buggy made its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show back in 2019, with CEO Herbert Diess saying it was being considered for production in collaboration with third parties. The deal fell through, though, as a result of the partner, e.GO, going into insolvency. This means we won’t be seeing what was once one of the best electric concept cars in terms of brilliance.
Volkswagen ID Ruggedzz
The ID Ruggedzz is proposed as a tough, 4x4 all-electric crossover that will appeal to outdoor enthusiasts. The vehicle, which may be launching in 2025, will be specially designed for extreme conditions and rough environments.
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