Designer Imagines The Next Model In VW’s I.D. Range

Volkswagen’s family of I.D. electric vehicles continues to grow and based on recent trademarks, shows no signs of stopping. Knowing this, artist Antonio Paglia has imagined a new I.D. concept, dubbed the ID-Tech.

The concept takes the form of a low-slung Shooting Brake with seating for four people and an electric motor at each wheel.

Unlike the existing I.D. concepts from Volkswagen, the ID-Tech doesn’t feature any design similarities with other electric VW models and insteads adopts its own unique look, perhaps somewhat inspired by the Golf GTE Sport hybrid concept from a couple years ago. Nonetheless, it still looks the goods and the front fascia includes a pair of slim headlights, an attractive faux grille, and a set of bulging wheel arches.

Not restricted by regulations, Paglia has been able to design a steeply raked windscreen and slim side windows to create an especially sporty look and one more than fitting of working well alongside the existing fleet of I.D. vehicles from the marque.

As impressive as the exterior is, we think the interior is even more eye-catching. The dashboard consists of a large digital instrument cluster, a widescreen infotainment screen, and a third display to presumably control the air conditioning, heating, and other vehicle functions. Four carbon fiber bucket streets then provide occupants with a comfortable and supportive ride.

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  • Six_Tymes

    WHOA… Antonio Paglia is amazingly talented

  • Raf

    If VW made something like this consider me a first-time EV buyer.

  • Maximilian Norlande Rabbitt

    Saw this a week or so ago. Honestly, if you browse sites like Behance, you’ll find some pretty talented people.

  • Maximilian Norlande Rabbitt

    And, if you’re going to cover these artists, and since your site already has 4 posts or so on the old cars, why not put something up about the Delahaye 94?

  • Autoexperte

    it looks like a Kia concept

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