More Video Teasers Of The Volkswagen I.D. Crozz Ahead Of IAA

2 months ago by Mark Kane 19

Refreshed VW I.D. Crozz

Volkswagen released a few video teasers of the upcoming second version of the I.D. Crozz electric car ahead of its debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.

The further development of the I.D. Crozz brings it one step closer to production.

It’s too early too evaluate the changes, but Crozz looks tempting with very modern, clean lines.

Here are quick specs of the I.D. Crozz that probably remain unchanged from VW’s initial release of info:

  • 225 kW system output, double motor, all-wheel drive (75 kW / 140 Nm front and 150 kW / 310 Nm rear)
  • 83 kWh battery for some 500 km (310 miles) NEDC range
  • 30-minute recharge using CCS Combo

 

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19 responses to "More Video Teasers Of The Volkswagen I.D. Crozz Ahead Of IAA"

  1. William says:

    V.W. has the best press releases! Verymuch Waiting has the best EVs that you could potentially get to actually drive someday! I am still holding my breath that all VW stealerships will have more than one model to choose from.

  2. ffbj says:

    I like the concept, but I don’t like VW. German automakers feet are being held to the fire by a government and public that demands that they excel in making evs.
    This is VW’s response.

  3. EVShopper says:

    Any videos of how the rear doors open?

  4. Rich says:

    Once again, VW is hyping a car that’s 5 years out. VW has been singing this same song for the past 8 years. Nothing to see here, move along.

    1. Alaa says:

      +1

      Mercedes is going to make clean cars in China and dirty ones in Germany. A double joke added to VW and Germany all together!

  5. Dave86 says:

    If VW actually built and sold the car in North America (unlike Mitsubishi’s Outlander), then VW could provide some competition for Tesla’s Model Y. If the charging infrastructure VW is supposed to build supports supercharging (100KW or better) and has locations that support long distance travel, then Tesla would have serious competition.

    This vehicle plus the charging infrastructure VW is supposed to build certainly would put VW ahead of Ford and GM.

    Of course, VW has to build it.

    1. Mark.ca says:

      Twisting the reality a bit there, aren’t we? VW will biuld a charging network as part of the dieselgate settlement but it will not be theirs, anyone can use it including Ford and GM. VW will most likely continue to be irrelevant in the future just as much they are now.

  6. Lou Grinzo says:

    Someday, someone will write a book about this avalanche of vaporware announcements from various car companies desperately greenwashing their images. Should be a fun read for those of us who still remember those defunct companies…

    1. chris says:

      Doesn’t sound like a very interesting read to me.

    2. Gazz says:

      Because it sounds like it will be a great EV but not a Tesla it must be vapourware.
      Normal production cycle is six years so starting 2015 it should be out 2021. But VW look to beat that.

      1. Mark.ca says:

        Normal production cycle for VW is 6 years? Tell that to the people waiting for the Buzz for the past 15 years…talk is cheap.

  7. Get Real says:

    In case your impressed that VW has rolled out a 2nd “version” of a concept car…remember they have been teasing various itereations their concept EV Micro-Bus for like 10 plus years!

  8. Richard says:

    Let’s just hope that more and more of the big car manufacturers really start making EV’s.

  9. leafowner says:

    Sorry – but VW is not all-in here — still dabbling around the edges. Also over extended with all these brands — reminds me of Ford trying to expand by buying a bunch of brands and failing badly…

  10. Martin T. says:

    Yawn, Believe it when we see it. You trust VW ?

  11. Pinewold says:

    Don’t worry, VW, Audi and Porsche are all about to get a veryb big wake up call in the form of a 2018 slap to the face. 400,000 Model 3 buyers are going to put a very big hole in the sales charts for all of the major brands. While Model S/X are low volume cars, !odel 3 is going to take 10% of their high volume car sales!

  12. Ricardo says:

    Yes yes, the Germans are evil (How dare you BMW? Trying to delay things with your damned REX?), GM are good for nothing Ford are irrelevant, the Koreans are bland. Thank God we have the precious one selling millions monthly or else, we would really make a fool out of ourselves predicting the end of the ICE AGE

  13. wavelet says:

    Teaser photos for a _concept_? How lame can VW still go?
    And it’s not like it’s for a completely unknown vehicle — they’ve shown sufficient pics, givne basic specs and said it might go into production.

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