Before its official debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, Volkswagen has unraveled a new version of its I.D. Crozz Concept .
First shown earlier this year at the 2017 Shanghai auto show, the I.D Crozz Concept previews the automaker’s upcoming all-electric crossover that will be part of its I.D. vehicle family, which also includes the I.D. Buzz Concept, a modern, EV successor to the iconic Microbus, and the I.D. Concept, a compact EV hatchback that can travel between 243-373 miles on a single charge.
The car still stayes with the original concept`s swoopy looks, but according to the two videos released by Volkswagen, the latest rewiev of the I.D. Crozz Concept will feature a two-tone exterior treatment with white pillars and a red finish on the main body. Out back, it features a full-length LED light strip that connects the two thin LED taillight clusters. In addition to that in a second video, the concept’s roof is highlighted and it looks like a part of its system operates through a solar sunroof that absorbs energy. Furthermore, the things pointing out that the I.D. Crozz will likely have autonomous capabilities are, what seem to be, four lidar units rising out of the roof.
The newest version of the I.D. Crozz Concept will likely keep the same powertrain layout, which means that it will have a combined output of 302 hp from its electric motors and a claimed range of 311 miles per charge. For the U.S. market, the production version of the I.D. Crozz will probably be the first model from Volkswagen’s I.D. family to arrive.