2021 Shanghai Auto Show was the host of third Volkswagen ID.X electric vehicle. This beloved EV is always on spotlights with good and bad comments. now the new ID.6 will be available in two variants, the ID.6 CROZZ which the ID.6 X, and will be nearly 30 cm longer than the ID.4. It has been developed especially for the Chinese market and will be available in two versions, the ID.6 CROZZ and the ID.6 X.
The ID.6 can accommodate up to seven passengers. Because of its electric drive-train, it has a third row of seats despite being 8 cm shorter than the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport. With a length of 4.8 meters, the electric crossover allows efficient use of its space.
The Volkswagen ID.6 has one electric motor at each axle for a combined output of 301 hp. That is enough to get up to 62 mph in just 6.6 seconds and onto a top speed of 160 km/h.
The Volkswagen ID.3 belongs to the MEB network and is fed by a 58 kWh or 77 kWh battery. The EV has a driving range of 436 to 588 kilometers, according to China's NEDC test cycle. The EPA test cycle estimates that the 77 kWh battery would last 418 kilometers in the smaller ID.4.
Volkswagen promises a cabin devoid of controls, with the 12-inch infotainment screen serving as the primary interface for controlling the vehicle's various features. A virtual reality heads-up display device that projects details onto the windshield is also available for the ID.6. As a result, arrows and other navigation aids tend to be on the lane, assisting you in reaching your destination. The ID.6 has a panoramic glass roof that lets in plenty of natural light, as well as an optional panoramic sunroof.
Wheel sizes range from 19 to 21 inches on the new SUV. The Volkswagen ID.6 CROZZ seems to be a bit higher off the ground than the ID.6 X, with more durable plastic trim and different-looking headlights and front bumper.
The ID.6 will be made in the People's Republic in both versions. The CROZZ will be assembled exclusively in the brand's northern China factory, while the X will be assembled exclusively in the brand's southern China factory. For the time being, VW has confirmed that neither version of the ID.6 will be sold in North America.