Category Archives: Concepts

ID. CROZZ from front view in the city

VW I.D. CROZZ Release Date

When will the I.D. CROZZ be available?

Back in 2017, Volkswagen released a lineup of electric concept vehicles that have created a lot of buzz. These include the I.D. CROZZ, I.D. BUZZ, I.D. VIZZION, I.D. Buggy, I.D. ROOMZZ and the I.D. Not only does the lineup contain slick and futuristic concept cars, but each model is expected to have a range of more than 250 miles from one charge. The I.D. lineup provides an alternative to producing carbon emissions and spending money on gas, and the best part is, buyers don’t have to compromise on comfort, speed or horsepower. If you are curious about when the crossover SUV I.D. CROZZ will be available, stay tuned, because we’ve got the answers you’re looking for! Read the rest of this entry >>

Volkswagen Debuts 2018 Enthusiast Vehicle Fleet at SOWO The European Experience

VW flaunts different modified production cars at SOWO 2018

2018 SOWO Volkswagen Concept Cars

SOWO: The European Experience is an annual enthusiast’s meet for, you guessed it, European brands. Typically, you see not only owners with their own modified vehicles, but a variety of automakers with their own unique spin on their production vehicles. Volkswagen is no different, as the automaker brought five concept cars to SOWO 2018. Read the rest of this entry >>

2018 Volkswagen Atlas, Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak, and Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport models parked on a grassy area

First look at the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport Concept

Volkswagen releases information on new Atlas Cross Sport Concept 

Vehicles are getting bigger and bigger every year. While having the capacity and capability that comes from a large vehicle can be useful, there are many drivers who are simply looking for a vehicle that will fit their family and friends comfortably without being overly large. Volkswagen is working to create a five-passenger Sport SUV in the Atlas family, that will provide drivers with everything that they want without being too massive.   Read the rest of this entry >>

Side profile of the Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak pickup concept parked under a tree

What to expect from the Volkswagen Pickup Truck Concept

First look at the Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak Concept 

For many people, the Volkswagen brand is the be-all, end-all of vehicular excellence. As exciting as the vehicles offered by Volkswagen are, there has been a lull in the lineup for drivers who are looking for a high-performance, working vehicle. This void in the lineup will soon be filled with the Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak concept, which was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show.   Read the rest of this entry >>

Side profile of the Volkswagen I.D. VIZZION concept bathed in red and purple light on a black background

First Look at the Volkswagen I.D. VIZZION concept

I.D. VIZZION concept set to debut at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show 

Every day, it seems like the future of the automotive industry is getting closer and closer. There are many exciting new concepts being released, all of which provide some insight into how people might be driving in the future. At the forefront of providing drivers with new ways to think of a car is Volkswagen, with another I.D. concept. The I.D. VIZZION, set to premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show.   Read the rest of this entry >>

Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ concept debuts in Los Angeles

Volkswagen showcases new I.D. CROZZ electric crossover concept 

Electric cars are the way of the future. No one likes spending time and money sitting at the gas station, and the push toward electric cars is one way to render that particular activity a thing of the past. While there are already a variety of electric vehicles on the road, there are few as inspired as the Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ, a concept vehicle that Volkswagen recently displayed in Los Angeles. While it is not yet available anywhere, the anticipated release date for the I.D. CROZZ is sometime in 2020.   Read the rest of this entry >>

2021 Volkswagen ID4

Volkswagen updates I.D. CROZZ concept

Modified I.D. CROZZ Concept will be revealed at Frankfort Auto Show 

The Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ concept had car enthusiasts all abuzz the April when it debuted at the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition. Between the I.D. CROZZ and the BUZZ, which is styled to look like one of the classic VW buses, there are a lot of new things on their way from Volkswagen. It is anticipated that an update to the I.D. CROZZ concept is set to be revealed at the Frankfort Auto Show.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Remember that concept from 2014? The T-Roc could finally be a reality

Will there be a Volkswagen T-Roc U.S. release date?

Once you’ve worked in the automotive industry long enough, you start to look at concept vehicles with a touch of skepticism. After all, many of them never even get a whisper of production potential. It seems the winds are changing for Volkswagen, as the automaker is putting in the effort to finally make the SUVs we’ve long been awaiting. One such model is the T-Roc, which was revealed in Geneva three years ago, is very likely to come out as early as 2018 – at least, in Europe. Will there be a U.S. release date? Read the rest of this entry >>

Volkswagen unveils another I.D. concept for the burgeoning electric family

Key highlights of the Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ concept

If one this is clear, Volkswagen has had a fire lit under it. The automaker has already shown its goals to move out of its comfort zone by adding the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas to the lineup, and soon a long-wheelbase Tiguan will follow. These are great additions for the current market, but things can’t continue as they have been. For years it has been said that the current automotive industry, which relies heavily on fossil fuels, is not sustainable. Electric vehicles pose a big change, and enthusiasts are worried to see vehicles on the market that kill enthusiasm. Volkswagen has no intention of letting this happen. At Auto Shanghai 2017, the Volkswagen I.D. Crozz concept was flaunted, and today we’re looking at some of its key highlights. Read the rest of this entry >>

2019 Volkswagen Arteon

VW rethinks automotive design with the Sedric self-driving car concept

VW Sedric self-driving car concept 2017 Geneva Motor Show

When you think of a self-driving car, what does it look like? For some time, concepts have mostly come out looking just like the vehicles you already see. Probably in a white or silver color option, with more focus on LED lights embedded right in the glass, and of course with LIDAR systems attached to the top. This is because we still imagine the need for drivers, but VW is thinking of the Sedric concept as a step beyond, when cars will no longer need to be driven at all. We look at this model and others presented at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show. Read the rest of this entry >>