To that end, the concept is powered by a pair of electric motors that power all four wheels, and with a total system output of 225kW.
The latest in a growing line of VW ID cars is here: the VW ID VIZZION.
Now, VW confirms that it will unveil the I.D. In all, by 2025, the German automaker plans to introduce more than 20 electric vehicle models. The I.D. Vizzion boasts of an interior without any traditional interfaces such as a steering wheel or visible controls, instead receiving input from its occupants via voice and gesture control. The concept's two electric motors generate a combined 302 horsepower and its 111 kWh lithium-ion battery pack gives it a driving range of 413 miles.
The company says that this concept shows the "direction" it is taking in the "technology and design of its future electric models".
VW said that the I.D. Vizzion concept auto will have its world premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show, which begins on March 6.
Inside the I.D. VIZZION, engineers have systematically exploited the potentials of autonomous driving.
And given the state of self-driving technology (and of the laws and regulations around self-driving technology) today, it's also very possible that the production version will have a steering wheel - even if it's offered with some self-driving capabilities.
This is the brand's first fully autonomous driving concept, with the goal of extending value for future mobility, including considerations for customers who are no longer able to drive, such as elderly folk.
Now comes the I.D. Vizzion, continuing the same nonsense overuse of the letter Z, but adding something new to the twist.
Volkswagen has detailed some of the powertrain specifications underpinning the I.D. Vizzion too.