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.
The new model of the I.D. CROZZ, called the I.D. CROZZ II, has updated lights and wheels, making it seem less like a futuristic concept, and more like it will when it eventually goes into production. There are no B-pillars, which opens the interior space, and makes it easier to get in and out of the vehicle. The rear doors slide open while the front opens like a traditional door. It is anticipated that the doors will be voice controlled and that they can open and close with a simple command.
Features on the I.D. CROZZ and I.D. BUZZ
Like the original concept, this model will operate with Volkswagen’s MEB platform. This system drastically decreases the space needed to store the batteries and increases the electrical storage so the vehicles have a longer range. This platform will be used for the I.D. CROZZ and the I.D. Concept hatchback that Volkswagen plans to put into production by 2020. Following that will be the I.D. BUZZ in 2022, and all three are will support fully autonomous driving.
While you’re going to have to wait three years before you experience the majesty of the I.D. Concepts, there are plenty of other new Volkswagen options at Elgin Volkswagen, no matter which aspects of the I.D. CROZZ excite you. If you’re looking for a vehicle that will help you avoid the gas pumps, take a look at the available fuel efficient cars. If you’re anxiously awaiting autonomous vehicles, take a look at some of the new 2018 models, like the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas and the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan, which have a wide array of advanced safety features.