Volkswagen kicked off the teasing game of the new Vizzion Concept last week, when they dropped the first details and official sketches of the electric sedan.
A few days later, the German automaker previewed its lounge-like interior, which lacks a traditional steering wheel, pedals, dials, and so on, as it’s fully autonomous. Now, we get to see its headlight, for the first time.
The short video reveals plenty of LEDs at the front, along with two strips of lights that join the headlamps together, going around the symbolic grille. It also appears to have muscular creases in the front bumper, wide wheel arches, and large blacked-out wheels.
Volkswagen hasn’t divulged anything else about it, except that it’s part of their “future of mobility”. Nevertheless, in addition to the self-driving tech mentioned above, we know that it features an electric powertrain. It combines two motors that work together to push 306PS (302hp) to both axles, allowing the Vizzion to reach a top speed of 180km/h (112mph). More impressively, thanks to a very large 111kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the show car has a claimed driving range of up to 665km (413miles) on a single charge.