Volkswagen Group To Introduce 80 Electrified Vehicles By 2025

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Instead of bringing a new prototype from the I.D. family, Volkswagen has chose to revisit the first Crozz just in time for the Frankfurt Motor Show in a bid to support its claims of pushing towards a greener future.

New York Times reports that the Chinese have always set the trend in technological advancements through their high-speed trains and wind turbines.

The manufacturer has also revealed that it will release the concept X7, a large SUV with an electric drivetrain, at the IAA. In order to make it appear more production ready, Volkswagen has fitted new, more production-looking headlights, which have a cleaner look than just LED lines running through it.

Until it admitted two years ago to cheating on USA diesel emissions tests, Volkswagen (VW) had been slow to embrace electric cars and self-driving technology.

Germany's giant VW Group has said, several times, that it will have 30 different electric cars on sale globally by 2025.

"Let me make one thing very clear", he said. We have to wait until 2022 for the I.D. Buzz (middle).

Loading is made easy by voice activated sliding rear doors that fully retract back to the rear, and front doors that open to a 90-degree angle. The vehicle will also have a system that monitors air quality inside the cabin.

Volkswagen's new Roadmap E underlines a seismic shift that is happening to the auto industry which is rapidly evolving to keep pace with a worldwide erosion of the equity that petrol and diesel powered vehicles have enjoyed for over a hundred years now.

You can find out more information about the new Volkswagen I.D. Crozz over at Volkswagen at the link below.

VW is now seeking a partner to supply it with over 50 billion euros (about $59 billion) worth of batteries, which will be used for new models based on the MEB platform for electric cars.

Volkswagen says the four-door high-riding coupe will ride on an all-electric 4MOTION all-wheel drive system that is equally at home in a city environment as it is on unpaved trails and will have similar handling properties as the Golf GTI.

Though the CROZZ was the fourth I.D. concept to be introduced, it will be the second in the series to reach production, according to Volkswagen.

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