Volkswagen has been showcasing its I.D. line of concept electric vehicles for a couple of years now, but the wait is no longer now. They have actually entered into production according to a new report. VW will enter production with the I.D., starting with the I.D. Crozz in the U.S. and the I.D. Golf-sized hatchback for the rest of the world.
We don’t know much about the specifics of the cars yet, except that they should offer all-electric driving ranges of around 300 miles, and autonomous features with at least a path towards full self-driving in the future. The I.D. and I.D. Crozz likely both have a street date of around 2020 with that production kick-off timeline, and VW has also promised to produce its I.D. Buzz all-electric microbus, with a approximate shipping date of 2022.
We’ll probably get more information about VW and its electrification plans at the Geneva Motor Show, which is coming up in just a few weeks.
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