Volkswagen unveils the I.D. electric Space Wagon concept
Volkswagen’s expands it’s family of electric cars, unveiling a family version of the ID Vizzion sedan
German auto maker announced futuristic new station wagon with a 275 horsepower electric engine, set for a 2022 release
The ID Space Vizzion which has speed of 109mph, will have a 300 mile range on a single battery charge
The car slated for release 2022, has a sleek silhouette for the car shell, with air drag comparable a Porsche Taycan is packed with innovations including illuminated touch surfaces that will be activated
Interior is made from ‘AppleSkin,’ created with waste matter from the apple juice making process
Volkswagen hopes to sell 22 million electric cars in the next ten years
Volkswagen plans to sell 22 million electric vehicles over the next ten years.
The ID Space Vizzion hasn’t undergone Environmental Protection Agency testing yet, so some of its specs may change, but Volkswagen is currently targeting a 300 mile range powered by an 82kWh battery, according to Jalopnik.
The ID Space Vizzion is Volkswagen’s latest electric car, a station wagon version of the ID Vizzion sedan the company announced in 2018.The car will have a 275 horsepower engine capable of going 0-to-60 mph in five seconds, and will have a maximum speed of 109mph.
Space Vizzion’s single, rear motor is powered by an 82 kWh lithium-ion battery and weight
The single, rear motor is powered by an 82 kWh lithium-ion battery and weight distribution is nearly 50:50 thanks to the MEB architecture.
The Space Vizzion 4Motion version, with the second, coaxial drive fitted, VW estimates will hit 60 mph in just five seconds, with an electronically limited maximum speed of 109 mph.
The focus of the ID Space Vizzion isn’t speed, however, its family functionality.
The most flashy feature is the inclusion of two electric longboards that will come mounted into the roomy rear luggage compartment.
Volkswagen says it’s also considering a second model of the station wagon with a more powerful 355 horsepower engine, but the company won’t say for certain whether this model would see a public release.
The ID Space Vizzion is targeted for a 2022 release and will come with a 300-mile range on a single battery charge and a 275 horsepower engine, Volkswagen said.
The car interior will be made from a wholesome and environmentally friendly material called ‘AppleSkin,’ created using matter left over after the production of apple juice.
The interior cabin will also be illuminated by long glowing strips of blue light.
In place of mechanical handles, the doors will have illuminated touch surfaces on that light up when the proximity sensor from the car key is nearby.
The extremely aerodynamic Vizzion has a sleek silhouette for the car shell, with a minimum amount of drag coefficient of 0.24 that’s not incomparable to that of a super slippery Porsche Taycan that has a Cd of 0.22.
The car’s doors don’t have traditional handles but instead an illuminated touch surface that opens the door when touched, presuming a wireless car key is nearby.
The interior upholstery if made from ‘AppleSkin’ a new kind of material made from material left over during the production of apple juice.