We’re only a few days away from the official reveal of the ID Vizzion concept, VW’s fourth member of the ID family, and the company has released a short teaser video of its interior.
Being a fully autonomous study, the cabin of the ID Vizzion concept doesn’t feature a steering wheel at all, enabling the company’s designers to exploit the potential of an interior that’s freed from a vehicle’s traditional controls.
The short video showcases an on-board hologram popping out in the space between the front and rear passengers and probably serves at the main point of contact with the occupants. VW says that the ID Vizzion features a “digital chauffeur” who controls the vehicle while occupants can communicate with a virtual host either via voice or gestures.
Based on the already released sketches of the ID Vizzion, we expect an impressive four-door MPV concept with rear suicide doors that measures 5.11m in length. The autonomous electric concept makes use of a large 111kWh lithium-ion battery pack in order to offer a driving range up to 413 miles (665km).
Power comes from two electric motors with a combined output of 301hp (225kW) that drive all four wheels. VW claims a top speed of 112mph (180km/h).
The new VW ID Vizzion Concept will premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.