VW adds a new all-electric ID concept car to its lineup. This time there is a complete all-electric SUV called ID ROOMZZ, and a production version will be launched in 2021 – first in the Chinese market.
The German machine has revealed a number of ID concept cars that use their new MEB platform that will launch their new all-electric car bet by the end of the year.
There is ID, a Golf-sized hatchback, which is expected to be their first mass market EV for the model year 2020. VW also unveiled the ID VIZZION sedan, crossover all-electric I.D. CROZZ Concept, that is I.D. BUZZ electric microbus, which we have learned, will be produced in Hanover in 2022, and most recently they revealed ID. BUGGY, a completely electric dune buggy.
Now they reveal ID ROOMZZ, a full-size SUV, in the run-up to the Shanghai Auto Show.
Here are some pictures of the new electric vehicle on the stage at the unveiling event:
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Klaus Bischoff, chief designer of the Volkswagen brand, commented on the new electric SUV:
" This SUV is a monolith that seems to be seamlessly machined from a solid block. The battery-powered ID. ROOMZZ moves effortlessly – quietly and without emissions ",
For powertrain, VW says that ID. ROOMZZ is equipped with a 82 kWh battery for" a range of up to 450 km (WLTP) or 475 km (NEDC, China). ). "
They say the battery supports 150 kW charge for an 80% charge in about half an hour.
The battery pack provides two electric motors located on each shaft with" a system output of 225 KW / 306 PS (electric 4MOTION. ""
With these two engines, ID. ROOMZZ can "accelerate to 100 km / h 6.6 seconds and reach peak speeds of up to 180 km / h (electronically regulated)."
VW says the vehicle will be equipped with its latest self-propelled technology and interior
Volkswagen says a "serial version" of ID ROOMZZ will be launched in two years, and it will "initially" be for the Chinese market.
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