The first production model in the fully-electric ID. family features a new and pioneering design, higher ranges, and impressive driving dynamics. The overall package is backed up by an attractive pricing structure: The entry-level version of the ID.3 will cost less than £30,000 . Even the exclusive, special edition ID.3 1st, with a 58-kWh battery and a range of roughly 420 kilometres (according to WLTP) will be available for less than £40,000.
The prototype ID. Crozz is Volkswagen’s glimpse into the future of driving. Packed with innovation, this car keeps you gliding across the road in comfort and style. You can even use voice commands to ensure all your needs are met, no matter how small. In the near future, the ID. Crozz will be able to drive autonomously so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the view. Say hello to total freedom.
The ID. Vizzion combines luxury with sustainability. As you approach the vehicle, the facial recognition system sees you and opens the doors. At the same time, the LED light strips around the car greet you by gently pulsing. The generous space within allows you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the Autonomous ride. And for privacy, the side windows and panoramic glass roof can be tinted
This autonomous electric van brings our iconic Volkswagen camper van into the new era and reinjects it with some class leading new technology. As a concept vehicle, you'll still have to wait a while before you see it in our Anthony Motors Volkswagen Showrooms but we guarantee It will be worth the wait.
A snap of the fingers – and suddenly it’s as if someone has catapulted the concept of the Californian dune buggies of the 60s and the associated lifestyle into the future. A zero-emission high-tech vehicle for the summer, the beach, the city – visually and technically a new facet of the modular electric drive matrix (MEB). The zero-emissions drivetrain of the I.D. BUGGY is made up of the electric motor integrated in the rear axle, with power electronics, a single-speed gearbox, and the high-voltage flat battery (62 kWh) arranged in the car floor to save space. The electric motor delivers 150 kW / 204 horsepower and maximum torque of 310 Nm from standstill, and gives the vehicle an expected range of 250 on the WLTP cycle.
Volkswagen made motorsport history at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on 24 June with the I.D. R Pikes Peak electric racing car: French racing driver Romain Dumas took just 7 minutes 57.148 seconds to cover the 19.99 kilometers of the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in the 500 kW / 680 PS zero-emission, four-wheel drive racing thoroughbred. No other car has ever made it to the summit faster. Two electric motors, one on the front axle and one on the back, plus two battery blocks ensured ideal weight distribution. And the aerodynamic package guaranteed perfect grip.
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