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On the eve of the Los Angeles Auto Show, Volkswagen presented the seventh concept car of the ID. family. The ID. SPACE VIZZION follows the ID.01, ID. CROZZ01, ID. BUZZ01, ID. VIZZION01, ID. BUGGY01 and ID. ROOMZZ01. Like all the ID. models, the new ID. SPACE VIZZION will be fully electric. Its design and form embody a fresh approach. One particularly striking feature is the front section with airflow openings, enabling a drag coefficient of 0.24. The ID. SPACE VIZZION combines the aerodynamic qualities of a Gran Turismo with the generous interior space of an SUV – thereby defining an entirely new segment.

“The new ID. SPACE VIZZION brings unrivalled flexibility, uncompromising quality and GERMAN DESIGN to a new era of mobility,” says Klaus Bischoff, Head of Volkswagen Design. The concept car is based on the modular electric drive matrix (MEB). The 82 kWh gross battery capacity allows distances of up to 590 kilometres (WLTP) or 300 miles (EPA). With a system output of up to 250 kW (4MOTION), the ID. SPACE VIZZION accelerates to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds (5.0 seconds to 60 mph).
The exterior – pure aerodynamics
Since electric vehicles don’t need a radiator or a large space for the motor, this creates new design freedom. In the case of the ID. SPACE VIZZION the designers and engineers have taken advantage of this this freedom to optimize aerodynamics and thus increase range. Airflow apertures have been integrated into the eye-catching front end: the air flows through a horizontal panel between the headlights and is directed to the rear over the extremely low-slung bonnet. There is also airflow into the outer areas of the front bumper, from where it is directed to the rear, too. The airflow apertures on the bumper and the bonnet of the ID. SPACE VIZZION have been designed as functional features, and are also unmistakable styling elements of the concept car’s exterior.