2025 Volkswagen ID Crozz Interior Images
Volkswagen unveils electric SUV in Shanghai. After presenting the first two ID’s, Volkswagen reveals in Shanghai the Volkswagen ID Crozz : The prototype of its future zero-emission SUV that integrates the strategy of the transform 2025 + brand whose aim is to be the market leader of the trams from 2025.
Descendant of the modular platform MEB, in rigour, VW defines its latest creation presented in the largest Chinese automobile salon, the ID Crozz, as a CUV (crossover utility vehicle), by combining features of a hatchback with coupe lines and greater distance to the ground, with four doors and many other places. It also jumps to the absence of the central pillars and rear-view mirrors, which have been replaced by chambers, giving a clean design to the new model of the Germanic colossus.
Volkswagen ID Crozz Dimensions
The announced measures make it seem that there is a significant difference in relation to Tiguan Allspace, but the German builder has saved that the design of this new concept is part of an innovative architecture of its electrical segment. Thus, with 4,625 mm in length, 1,891 mm wide, 1,609 mm height, 2,773 mm distance between axles, and routes with 1,592 mm wide in front, and 1,594 mm behind, Volkswagen ensures that its “open space” compartment ends up offering as much space as the Tiguan.
2025 Volkswagen ID Crozz Engine Specs
The Volkswagen ID Crozz arises with two electric motors for a combined power of 306 CV: The front with 102CV and 140 nm and the rear with 204CV and 310 nm. The traction by definition is rear, using the front engine only under lower adhesion conditions, which may be an interesting solution to boost autonomy in zero-traction vehicles. The pair of lithium-ion batteries with 83 kwh is sufficient to ensure a autonomy of 500 km, and the maximum speed of this crossover is 180 km/h.
Following the trend of the concepts of this segment, the newest member of the family I. D will rely on an automatic pilot system (i. D pilot), activated when pressing the Volkswagen symbol on the steering wheel for three seconds and which collects for greater passenger comfort. Eyes placed on vanguard technology, and clenching teeth to models like the Tesla Model X, all the instruments of the Volkswagen ID Crozz are digital. “A Smartphone on wheels,” as the Mark refers. It has a head-up display with augmented reality and projection of three-dimensional images, from a digital instrument panel of 5.8 “, and also digital controls from all the infotainment of the car.
With this bet on the trams segment, the German brand should continue to announce the models that will be part of their ranks in the attack on the market of polluted vehicles in the next few months.
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