VW ID CROZZ II to be compact electric SUV in 2020
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VW ID CROZZ II to be compact electric SUV in 2020

Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ II gets Hibiscus Red Metallic paint and 5 spoke 21” alloy wheels for the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.

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The new all electric VW ID CROZZ II has made its presence felt at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. It is set to launch in 2020 along with the EV hatchback. is the third of the electric Volkswagen concepts which started with the ID Concept last year and the ID Buzz.

Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ II, an all electric SUV first made its presence felt at the Shanghai Motor Show in April. It has since been updated to reveal more updates as it gears up to arrive in markets by the end of this decade. Seen in a brilliant shade of Hibiscus Red Metallic paint, Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ II sits on 5 spoke 21” alloy wheels.

It gets LED headlamps and modified panels on its sides with black sills and sculpted bumpers at the rear. An illuminated panoramic roof is seen and conventional rear view mirrors have been replaced with cameras that relay back information to an internal touch screen.

Interiors are spacious and sport a lounge like seating arrangement with four individual seats. Interiors also receive a digital dashboard and retractable multi function steering wheel which can be operated via voice and gesture controls. The 10.2” central screen and instrument panel are done up in black leather with red accents and boot space is at 515 liters which can be extended even further when rear seats are turned down.

VW ID CROZZ II is powered by a 101 bhp front engine with a 201 bhp rear motor taking total to 302 bhp. It has a drive range of 500 kms and charges upto 80% in 30 minutes. Tops speed is at 180 kmph. The electric 4Motion system send power to all four wheels and 50:50 weight distribution allows for better handling. The ID CROZZ also receives electronic dampers and a new multi link rear suspension system. The ID CROZZ II concept also comes in fitted with four laser scanners on the roof, ultrasonic sensors, radar sensors and side view and front cameras.

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