Volkswagen's ID Space Vizzion is an electrified station wagon

Volkswagen ID Vizzion concept design sketch

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Details on the Space Vizzion are somewhat limited at the moment, but it's claimed it would have a range of 366 miles between charges when the road-going variant arrives in 2021.

VW states that the Space Vizzion will be the defining model of a "totally new, fully electric vehicle segment".

What do you guys think of the electric wagon? Other technical specifications of the crossover are not announced. As the seventh member of the ID concept vehicle family that has already spawned the ID.3 production model, the Space Vizzion1 will make its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show later in November.

The concept, as will the production version, is built on the Modular Electric Drive Matrix (MEB) that will be used on all of the company's electric cars.

The exterior of the vehicle features openings in the front and roof sections that are designed for optimal aerodynamics. The materials are consistently made from sustainable raw materials, such as the new AppleSkin™, an artificial leather with a proportion of residual matter from apple juice production. The series version will be introduced at the end of 2021 and will be available in various versions in North America, Europe and China. Volkswagen will count on a aggregate of renewable strength sources for the plant, reducing the strength fundamental to construct a auto, tree planting initiatives and other schemes to construct every vehicle as ecologically pleasant as which that it is probably going you'll also recall to mind.

"The Volkswagen Group projects a total volume of 22 million all-electric cars worldwide by 2028, with more than 50 percent of that from China". In the future, the plant will be manufacturing MEB platform-based BEV models for various Volkswagen Group brands.

At an event this week, Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess said that "Zwickau is steeped in German automotive tradition and as of today, it's also very much set for the future". Land use has been greatly improved, which means that far less land and built-up area is required than in a standard factory. Once the expansion is complete, up to 500,000 battery systems will be produced there every year - not only for the ID.3, but also for other MEB models.

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