Volkswagen ID. CROZZ Preview

Vehicle Reveal

There’s something exciting coming down the pike. The Volkswagen ID. CROZZ, a futuristic concept car, is arriving soon. Expected to have a top track speed of 110 mph, a sleek interior, and highly sculpted exterior design, this vehicle should hit the market in the United States in the very near future.

Did we mention it’s electric, too? Speedcraft Volkswagen has created this VW ID. CROZZ preview to keep Warwick, Providence, and Coventry drivers up to date with the latest news. So, what can drivers expect from this vehicle, and what will it be like to drive? Continue reading to learn more.

Exploring the VW ID. CROZZ

The Volkswagen ID. CROZZ is currently being built as an electric vehicle crossover SUV, with the production model following the design ideas first laid out by the brand in the VW ID. CROZZ concept. This crossover is expected to appear on American roads for the first time in 2020.

By 2022, it is expected that the crossover will be built in Chattanooga, Tennessee, alongside other Volkswagen models, such as the VW Passat and VW Atlas. However, this car is still slated to appear in 2020 here in America, which means the first cars will initially be built in Europe.

A Platform Designed Specifically for Electric Vehicles

All the Volkswagen ID. concept cars are based on the Modular Electric Drive matrix (MEB). The VW ID. CROZZ will combine 302-horsepower electric motors in an all-wheel-drive layout with a 311-mile driving range available.

This concept relies on the 201-horsepower rear-axle mounted motor, with additional traction and power provided via a 101-horsepower front-axle-mounted motor. Powering the two electric motors is an 83-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which is housed in the floorboard.

With a 150kW DC fast charger, 80 percent of the battery charge in the ID. CROZZ can be refilled in just 30 minutes. Taking a quick stop at home and want to charge up before heading back out? If you have the fast charger, you’ll be able to get back to nearly full battery health in just a half-hour.

Volkswagen ID. CROZZ Design Features

What can drivers expect from the design of this vehicle? It’s expected to look somewhat like the Volkswagen Beetle, with a smooth front end that’s grille-free. The front LED lights create an “integrated spotlight” of sorts, according to Volkswagen engineers.

It’s expected that this vehicle will have as much interior space as the Volkswagen Tiguan, if you’re looking for a close comparison. Volkswagen has committed to building one million electric vehicles each year by 2025, and this car is expected to be a major part of that.

The Future Is Here with the VW ID. CROZZ

With its ID. series concept vehicles, Volkswagen has made steps to build more electric vehicles that will eventually hit the roads of Warwick, Providence, and Coventry. The Volkswagen ID. CROZZ will be here soon, and it’s ready to provide a truly electric drive.

Get in touch with the sales team at Speedcraft Volkswagen to learn more about this car and get updates about its status. We look forward to carrying it in our inventory in the near future.

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