Volkswagen showcased the all-electric I.D. Crozz concept at the ongoing biennial auto expo in Delhi. The concept is going to be the baseline for an all-electric SUV from the German manufacturer.
Volkswagen has started to consider Indian market quite seriously now. It is evident with the unveil of Taigun in India. Alongside the unveiling of this compact-SUV, the German carmaker also showcased the I.D. Crozz concept, which will be the baseline for the manufacturer’s electric SUV offering. The I.D. Crozz was unveiled globally for the first time at C.I.A.S. that was held in China. However, it is the first that the manufacturer has confirmed that the concept will be seeing the sunlight as a production car soon.
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Volkswagen I.D. Crozz is propelled with an electric motor which powers all 4 wheels of the car.
With futuristic looks and subtle design elements, the I.D. Crozz has a very appealing silhouette. In fact, it is one of our few favourite concepts that made a touchdown at the 2020 auto expo. The spec-sheet of this concept is even more exciting. The all-electric zero-emission SUV concept will be powered by a 225kW motor. With the help of 4MOTION 4wd-expertise of Volkswagen, I.D. Crozz will have power on all 4 of its wheel. It will also offer a driving range of 500kms on one single charge. The top speed will, however, be limited at just 180kmph.
With plans to come up as the leader in the electric mobility segment, Volkswagen will be investing 33 billion Euros. To expand its electric vehicle portfolio, I.D. Crozz is going to be an important car for the German marque. It will also be laying down the foundation for many other electric cars from the manufacturers.
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The production version of the I.D. Crozz is expected to look as gorgeous as the concept with similar flow of lines.
The I.D. Crozz will be produced at Volkswagen’s Zwickau manufacturing unit, which is designed specifically for the EV production and will help the manufacturer to produce 15 million electric vehicles by the end of 2025. Once launched, the manufacturer has plans to place it against the Jaguar I-PACE, which was awarded as the World Car of the Year in 2019.