VW To Reveal ID Space Vizzion Concept At LA Auto Show

VW has confirmed it’s bringing a new electric concept at the LA Auto Show called the ID Space Vizzion, the seventh member of the ever-expanding ID model family.

The new VW ID Space Vizzion concept is described as the “crossover of tomorrow”, a car that combines “the aerodynamic characteristics of a Gran Turismo with the spaciousness of an SUV”. That’s quite a fancy way of describing a sporty wagon.

The latest ID member is based on the company’s EV-only MEB platform and promises to offer an EPA driving range of up to 300 miles (482 km), thanks to the efficiency of its electric powertrain and very aerodynamic design.

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“So far, with our ID. family, we have shown what is possible with electric vehicles in each known car category,” said Klaus Bischoff, Head of Volkswagen Design. “With the ID Space Vizzion we create a new, fully electric segment.”

The first official sketches reveal a very Tesla Model 3-like dashboard, featuring a big touchscreen display in the middle, full-width air vents and a smaller screen in front of the driver. The concept will adopt a six-seat configuration in three rows, featuring lounge-like chairs dressed in ‘AppleSkin’ -a vegan alternative to leather-  for everyone, ambient lighting and other eye-catching details.

VW also confirmed that the ID Space Vizzion previews a production version that’s scheduled to arrive in the market in late 2021, with different versions planned for North America, Europe and China.

Stay tuned for the official reveal of the VW ID Space Vizzion concept on November 19.

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  • David Lee

    I’m sick and tired of seeing all the ID concepts from VW. They’ve been showing the camper van ID for literally a decade without anything. Either make it or just piss off!

  • Nexus7

    All that hoopla to go 300 miles… the industry is regressing.
    I like the vegan seats… but autos are about power, range, driving dynamics. We now have massive 5000 lb+ bricks that can barely go 300 miles if you leave the heat off, and these are supposed to be cutting edge.

    • Pedro G.

      Most people don’t drive 300-miles daily, so that is hardly much of a problem.

      • Sébastien

        most people don’t drive daily 😉

        • Pedro G.

          Actually, they do. They go to work, to the grocery store, drop kids at school. I’m sure there are people who drive for hundreds of miles a day because they have a long commute or for work, but a 300-mile range seems more than enough to the vast majority of car buyers.

          • Sébastien

            most people on earth don’t own a car, so not sure what your source is for your statement 🙂

            now many would love +300mi for weekend/vacation for sure

          • Pedro G.

            If you just want do be an a-hole, be an a-hole. You are not dumb enough to understand what I meant. The fact of the matter is that very few péople really need a car that goes 300 miles non-stop and, for those, guess what, there will still be options. Hundreds of miles of range in a single go is not an issue for the majority of car owners.

          • Sébastien

            by your logic everyone should be happy enough with the eUp then

          • Pedro G.

            By any logic, the very few people that actually need a car that drives 300 miles on one charge can always buy one. Much like most cars don’t have seven seats, but, if you need a car with seven seats, you can buy one. No need to implement seven seats on any car. Plenty of cars don’t have 300 miles on a single gas tank either, by the way. All I am saying is that, much like 5 seats, a 300-mile range more than suits the need of the majority of car buyers who commute less than four-hours a day.

  • ZYGIUS

    That lower grille patern on all ID’s looks like from cheap a baby toy….

  • Marcus Meyn

    Just bring the ID.3 and forget about the other BS.

  • Saeed Mahmoudi

    model 3 should have had such a small display in front of the driver

  • charlotteharry57

    Assuming that this is a concept destined for production and not just another tease, I LOVE it!

  • Bash

    Is that a station wagon?

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