The Geneva International Motor Show kicks off next month, so expect more teaser images and videos in the coming weeks. Here's an upcoming reveal from Volkswagen, a concept they're calling the I.D. Vizzion.
Similar to last year's I.D. Buzz, the I.D. Vizzion gives a peek at Volkswagen's future--one that's powered by electricity. The premium sedan, the fourth in VW's I.D. line, is of course autonomous. The goal with these vehicles, VW says, is "to apply innovative technology to making the automobile cleaner, safer and much more convenient and comfortable."
It's powered by a 111kWh lithium-ion battery, capable of a respectable 180kph top speed, and can run for 665km on a full charge. Inside, there's no steering wheel or any visible controls around the four passenger seats. What you get is a 'digital chauffeur' suite of assistance systems, which control the vehicle. You can communicate with it via voice and gesture controls. Convenient, since that means time in traffic can instead be spent working, sleeping, eating, or learning to count in German.
With more than 20 electric vehicles targeted by 2025, we'll be seeing more and more of these concepts from Volkswagen in the near future. What do you guys think of the I.D. Vizzion so far?