Published: Tue, February 20, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

Volkswagen ID Vizzion to debut at the Geneva

Volkswagen ID Vizzion to debut at the Geneva

The Volkswagen I.D. family of electric cars will welcome a new sibling at next month's Geneva Motor Show. The I.D. Vizzion Electric Sedan Concept drives, steers and navigates autonomously in traffic, while a virtual host will communicate with the passengers via voice and gesture control. I know it's not what we want to see here, but in the case of VW, at least they are claiming that those I.D. concepts serve as the basis for their production electric cars coming to market relatively soon. Buzz. In the meantime, the I.D. Vizzion will be on display at the Geneva International Motor Show beginning on March 8th.

Actual vehicular control is the purview of the vehicle's systems, with a digital chauffeur assuming control of the I.D. Vizzion.

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The interior of the electric auto is redesigned without reflecting a traditional vehicle. The Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion is the fourth member of Volkswagen's I.D family of vehicles, which is focused on developing electric auto technology. VW says that this allows for the VIZZION to be used by those who can't now drive, including the elderly.

The system power of the 5.11 meter long I.D. The two electric motors drive all the four wheels of this big luxury saloon.

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The vehicle has a top speed of 180 kilometres per hour - or 112 miles per hour - and is powered by 111-kilowatt hour lithium-ion batteries, enabling a driving range of up to 665 kilometres when braking regeneration is accounted for.

The I.D. Vizzion which measures in at 5.11-metres long previews an electric luxury sedan which will replace the ill-fated Volkswagen Phaeton that competed with the likes of the Mercedes S-Class and whose production ended previous year.

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