Volkswagen introduced a new electric crossover with 2,000 drones [Video]
Volkswagen has unveiled the ID.4 electric crossover for the Chinese market. The car will be offered in two versions, the production of which will be established at different factories.
Volkswagen has held an unusual presentation of its new electric crossover ID.4 in China. To do this, the Germans launched 2000 drones into the night sky, which, with the help of special illumination, "painted" an image of the car in the air. Volkswagen posted a video of the light show on its official Twitter.
In China, the ID.4 will be offered in two versions, which will be produced at different factories. Thus, the Crozz version will be produced at the FAW-VW joint venture. The car as a whole repeats the European modification of the crossover and differs only in small design details. ID.4 for the Chinese market received slightly different bumpers, special nameplates, and 20-inch wheels already in the base.
A version called ID.4 X will roll off the assembly line at the SAIC-Volkswagen plant. This crossover received different optics, and also surpasses the Crozz in overall dimensions. The length of the ID.4 X is 4612 mm versus 4592 mm for the Crozz. Inside, the crossovers differ in the configuration of the central tunnel and different seat upholstery materials.
Both vehicles received a 204-horsepower electric propulsion system. Crossovers can travel more than 500 kilometers on a single charge. Later, 306-strong ID.4 modifications will be offered.
Volkswagen is currently developing a new electric crossover called the ID.5. The premiere of the car should take place next year. Coupe-crossover will be built on the basis of ID.4. The new product will differ from this model with a sloping roofline and another rear part of the body.