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Electric And Autonomous Car The VW Vizzion

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Volkswagen recently expanded the ID family, a line of fully electric cars, with another impressive model: the Vizzion. The autonomous sedan has to drive around in 2022, Volkswagen says at the Geneva auto show.
Red #Volswagen Vizzion with open doors and a man sitting at the back

Volkswagen Is Taking The New Concept Car VW Vission Into Production



                                      Full Reveal: Volkswagen ID Space Vizzion concept EV wagon (read below)
                                                           Electric And Autonomous Car The VW Vizzion

The Vizzion is a clever piece of technology. For example, the electric car can be operated with voice commands and hand gestures. Because the car the car can drive completely autonomously, it does not have controls, such as a steering wheel and pedals. This makes the interior of the car an open space.

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Interior #Volkswagen Vizzion
Although the Vizzion will have to drive around in 2022, the technologies in the field of self-driving transport take a bit longer. Volkswagen expects a fully self-driving car (level 5) in 2025 is possible.

Electric Car With A Range Of 665 Kilometers

Does Volkswagen have an electric car?
Volkswagen to manufacture electric cars on three continents. The Volkswagen Group is expanding production capacities for its electric offensive. Beginning in late 2019, the company will build the future generation of electric vehicles in Europe, Asia and its U.S. plant in Chattanooga.

The electric car has two electric motors with a combined capacity of 225 kilowatts. The car has a top speed of 180 kilometers per hour and accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 6.3 seconds. In addition, the Vizzion is equipped with a battery pack of 111 kilowatt hours, resulting in an impressive range of 665 kilometers.

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The Vizzion is the fourth achievement of Volkswagen in the ID series. First was the Volkswagen ID unveiled, which in 2020 must be ready for the market. Then followed the ID Buzz, an electric minibus that is also taken into production. The ID Crozz, an electric crossover, was unveiled last year.

VW electric cars

Does Volkswagen have a new van?

With electric vehicles becoming more mainstream, and few capacious EV options for families, the 2022 Volkswagen Microbus aims to fill a largely untapped market. While the all-electric minivan currently only exists in concept form, VW has confirmed a production version will be sold in the United States.

Volkswagen Electric-Car The ‘Space Vizzion’

VW’s latest battery-powered concept wagon has a large boot and a long range. There’s no range or packing anxiety with the 590km of range and 586 litres of luggage space!

Los Angeles motor show: You know the Germans are getting serious about electric cars when they make a wagon version, like Volkswagen just did with its ID Space Vizzion. Diving out in front of next year’s tough new European emissions laws, the ID Space Vizzion is a taste test of a planned Volkswagen-branded wagon, with 590km of tested range.

VW Space Vizzion open

The ID Space Vizzion has roughly the same footprint as the A6 Avant from Volkswagen’s premium brand, Audi. It will use an 82kWh lithium-ion battery to give it 590km of range on the more realistic WLTP fuel-economy test. A 250kW combined system output from two electric motors powers the ID Space Vizzion to 100km/h in 5.4 seconds and Volkswagen has given it a nominal top speed of 175km/h.

The ‘Space Vizzion's’ Launch

It is planned to hit the streets in 2021, and Volkswagen plans to build it alongside the ID Vizzion sedan at the Emden plant in Germany. “The new ID Space Vizzion brings unrivalled flexibility, uncompromising quality and German design to a new era of mobility,” Volkswagen’s design boss Klaus Bischoff said.

It’s the eighth ID-badged electric-car concept from Volkswagen, which will deliver its first specialist EV, the ID.3 hatch, to dealers early next year. Almost the only buttons found inside the ID Space Vizzion are on the steering wheel, with all other controls located in touchscreen displays or panels.

Dash, interior VW Space Vizzion

Volkswagen insists it will deliver a million electric cars a year by 2022, which would make it the biggest EV maker in the world. Based on the Modular Electric Matrix (MEB) architecture, the ID Space Vizzion will be built in both rear- and all-wheel drive configurations and in either four- or five-seat layouts.

Volkswagen insists it will swallow 586l of luggage behind the rear seats, or more if the rear seats are folded down, but it’s the dash that raises eyebrows. Almost the only buttons found inside the ID Space Vizzion will be on the steering wheel, with all other controls located in touchscreen displays or panels.

Luggage space VW Space Vission

Volkswagen says the ID Space Vizzion can be charged to 80% of its capacity in 30 minutes using the Ionity network’s 150kW chargers in Europe or the similarly powerful Electrify America chargers in the US. Volkswagen has shown eight ID electric car concepts, ranging from the ID, the ID Crozz, the ID Buzz, the ID Vizzion, the ID Buggy and the ID Roomz, and all of them are intended for production.

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Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

Electric And Autonomous Car The VW Vizzion

Volkswagen recently expanded the ID family, a line of fully electric cars, with another impressive model: the Vizzion. The autonomous sedan has to drive around in 2022, Volkswagen says at the Geneva auto show. Volkswagen Is Taking The New Concept Car VW Vission Into Production {youtube}                                       Full Reveal: Volkswagen ID Space Vizzion concept EV wagon (read below)                                                            Electric And Autonomous Car The VW Vizzion The Vizzion is a clever piece of technology. For example, the electric car can be operated with voice commands and hand gestures. Because the car the car can drive completely autonomously, it does not have controls, such as a steering wheel and pedals. This makes the interior of the car an open space. Recommended:  Electric Powered Autonomous Robo-Car For Shared Urban Mobility Although the Vizzion will have to drive around in 2022, the technologies in the field of self-driving transport take a bit longer. Volkswagen expects a fully self-driving car (level 5) in 2025 is possible. Electric Car With A Range Of 665 Kilometers Does Volkswagen have an electric car? Volkswagen to manufacture electric cars on three continents. The Volkswagen Group is expanding production capacities for its electric offensive. Beginning in late 2019, the company will build the future generation of electric vehicles in Europe, Asia and its U.S. plant in Chattanooga. The electric car has two electric motors with a combined capacity of 225 kilowatts. The car has a top speed of 180 kilometers per hour and accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 6.3 seconds. In addition, the Vizzion is equipped with a battery pack of 111 kilowatt hours, resulting in an impressive range of 665 kilometers. Recommended:  The Great Wall Urban Car That Might Fix China’s Mobility Problem Volkswagen The Vizzion is the fourth achievement of Volkswagen in the ID series. First was the Volkswagen ID unveiled, which in 2020 must be ready for the market. Then followed the ID Buzz, an electric minibus that is also taken into production. The ID Crozz, an electric crossover, was unveiled last year. Does Volkswagen have a new van? With electric vehicles becoming more mainstream, and few capacious EV options for families, the 2022 Volkswagen Microbus aims to fill a largely untapped market. While the all-electric minivan currently only exists in concept form, VW has confirmed a production version will be sold in the United States. Volkswagen Electric-Car The ‘Space Vizzion’ VW’s latest battery-powered concept wagon has a large boot and a long range. There’s no range or packing anxiety with the 590km of range and 586 litres of luggage space! Los Angeles motor show: You know the Germans are getting serious about electric cars when they make a wagon version, like Volkswagen just did with its ID Space Vizzion. Diving out in front of next year’s tough new European emissions laws, the ID Space Vizzion is a taste test of a planned Volkswagen-branded wagon, with 590km of tested range. The ID Space Vizzion has roughly the same footprint as the A6 Avant from Volkswagen’s premium brand, Audi. It will use an 82kWh lithium-ion battery to give it 590km of range on the more realistic WLTP fuel-economy test. A 250kW combined system output from two electric motors powers the ID Space Vizzion to 100km/h in 5.4 seconds and Volkswagen has given it a nominal top speed of 175km/h. The ‘Space Vizzion's’ Launch It is planned to hit the streets in 2021, and Volkswagen plans to build it alongside the ID Vizzion sedan at the Emden plant in Germany. “The new ID Space Vizzion brings unrivalled flexibility, uncompromising quality and German design to a new era of mobility,” Volkswagen’s design boss Klaus Bischoff said. It’s the eighth ID-badged electric-car concept from Volkswagen, which will deliver its first specialist EV, the ID.3 hatch, to dealers early next year. Almost the only buttons found inside the ID Space Vizzion are on the steering wheel, with all other controls located in touchscreen displays or panels. Volkswagen insists it will deliver a million electric cars a year by 2022, which would make it the biggest EV maker in the world. Based on the Modular Electric Matrix (MEB) architecture, the ID Space Vizzion will be built in both rear- and all-wheel drive configurations and in either four- or five-seat layouts. Volkswagen insists it will swallow 586l of luggage behind the rear seats, or more if the rear seats are folded down, but it’s the dash that raises eyebrows. Almost the only buttons found inside the ID Space Vizzion will be on the steering wheel, with all other controls located in touchscreen displays or panels. Volkswagen says the ID Space Vizzion can be charged to 80% of its capacity in 30 minutes using the Ionity network’s 150kW chargers in Europe or the similarly powerful Electrify America chargers in the US. Volkswagen has shown eight ID electric car concepts, ranging from the ID, the ID Crozz, the ID Buzz, the ID Vizzion, the ID Buggy and the ID Roomz, and all of them are intended for production. Before you go! Recommended:  Electric Car VW Century ID 3: The Beetle Of The 21st Century Did you find this an interesting article or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your own article about e-Biking? 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