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PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen Will Try to Enter the Luxury SUV Segment Again With the I.D. Lounge, Framed As a Touareg-Sized EV

Volkswagen is really doubling down on its electrified offerings as of late, adding a range of battery-powered models to a variety of segments and previewing each with a series of concepts tagged with the I.D. sub-branding. Now, we’re getting some info on what the production I.D. models will bring to the table, including a new SUV rumored to be called the I.D. Lounge.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen wants the electric lap record at the Nurburgring

Records are meant to be broken, right? Well, the outright lap record at the Nurburgring stood for over three decades before Porsche came back to better it this summer. Now, it seems that the record might fall again, sooner than anyone expected, and in the hands of Volkswagen no less. The German manufacturer plans to obliterate the existing record for electric cars with the already impressive I.D.R., but there might be enough juice in the electric prototype to top the overall leaderboard in the process.

The outright record around the northern loop of the Nurburgring was something of a staple in motorsport. For over 30 years, the 6:11.130 lap time set by Germany’s Stefan Bellof was unbeaten. That is, until this summer when Porsche brought their 919 on steroids and, with Timo Bernhard behind the wheel, sliced the fastest lap time by almost a minute. It seems, now, that the new record won’t last for other three-and-a-half decades as the car that proved untouchable at this year’s Pikes Peak International Hillclimb event will take on the Nurburgring next May.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen won’t abandon combustion engines but will focus on EVs beyond 2026

Volkswagen’s plans with the I.D. family are undoubtedly grand, and the German manufacturer is going to great lengths to make sure their upcoming EVs will be best-sellers from the word go, but internal combustion engines won’t be killed off by the end of 2026 as previously reported.

Remember VW’s plans to build 1,000,000 EVs a year by 2025? Well, the car maker from Wolfsburg is now aiming to roll out 15,000,000 cars based on the new MEB platform in the first wave. That calls for a continuous flow of money that will see Volkswagen cut costs by eliminating some of the ICE models from its lineup and curtail redundancies in various administrative departments.

PostHeaderIcon Is The VW ID R About To Tackle The Nurburgring?

As one of the most astounding racing cars in the world, the electric Volkswagen ID R seems to be gunning for the Nurburgring Lap Record. Sources close to the company reported that Volkswagen actually booked the track for May next year. We suspect it will try to send the slightly retuned electric ID R to that very track in order to slash the electric car record and take the scalp off the Nio EP9. That one managed to lap the Green Hell in 6 minutes 45.9 seconds. It is, obviously, a really fast car. Yet, considering the blistering Volkswagen ID R hill climb run at Pikes Peak where it smashed the previous record by 15 seconds and managed to finish the course in 7min 57.148 seconds, I can only imagine it will do the same at Nurburgring.

PostHeaderIcon Word Has It Volkswagen Is Developing an ID Electric Beach Buggy

Volkswagen might be working hard to broaden its cutting-edge electric offerings as of late, but it isn’t forgetting where it came from, digging deep into its catalogue of classic hits to mate the new with the old. Now, the latest VW icon to get EV’d could be the ever-lovable Beach Buggy.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen Will Phase Out Internal Combustion Engines by 2026

Finally, Volkswagen has made the announcement. After investing billions of dollars into electrification already, the German automaker said that the next generation of its cars will be the last with internal combustion engines, which will be phased out completely by 2026.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen Rumored to Flood Segment With New Subcompact Crossover EV

Volkswagen’s I.D. lineup of electric vehicles keeps growing. The German automaker has already greenlit production versions of the I.D.,
I.D. Buzz, I.D. Crozz, and I.D. Vizzion concepts. Now, a new report indicates that Volkswagen isn’t done adding new models to the fold. A new subcompact crossover is under consideration for the all-electric I.D. range. The model is pegged as an entry-level vehicle that will cost a little over $21,000. If it gets approved, it could go on sale sometime after 2020.

PostHeaderIcon The entry-level electric Volkswagen will cost under $25,000

Volkswagen will introduce the cheapest model of its upcoming I.D. family of electric models in 2022, and it will cost no more than $23,000. For that money, you get a five-door compact crossover that will probably spawn similar versions in the Seat and Skoda lineup which will probably come at an even cheaper MSRP.

We already know that Volkswagen’s I.D. family, which will take the electric car market by storm hopes the German manufacturer, is set to feature production versions of the Buzz, Crozz and Vizzion concepts as well as the Neo. Now, sources within VW confirm that the manufacturer has approved the production of another model that will sit at the bottom of the range, price wise.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen Poised for Enormous Surge in EV Production

Volkswagen will launch its first models from theI.D. family of EVs next year and, by 2025, plans to be shipping 1,000,000 of such battery-powered cars worldwide. This means that the German manufacturer wants that 1 out of 6 cars they sell in six years’ time to be electric.

The world’s automotive manufacturers look for ways to increase their presence in the BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) market, and Volkswagen seems to be one of the boldest of them all, setting a target of 1,000,000 EVs sold in 2025. The global sales volume of EVs in 2017 rose by 60% compared to 2016 and, this year, the 1,000,000-cars threshold could be surpassed.

Keep reading to understand how Volkswagen intends to grow its EV footprint

PostHeaderIcon Take a Look Back at VW’s Record-Breaking Run Up Pikes Peak: Video

This summer, Volkswagen conquered the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race with their fantastic I.D. R prototype, which was driven by Romain Dumas up the mountain in a record time of 7:57.148, 16 seconds under Sebastien Loeb’s 5-year-old record.

Motorsport is still a relevant marketing tool and battle-scarred Volkswagen decided the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the perfect place to showcase its electric technology. The race, which has been going since 1916, sees competitors climb up the 12.42-mile-long course all the way to 14,000 feet. Nowadays, there’s no more dirt at Pikes Peak, but that doesn’t make the challenge itself any less daunting.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen Prepares for I.D.-Range Production With An Updated All-Electric Facility

Every automaker is in the race to become the leader of the new revolution in the auto world known as electrification. While some are inculcating this into their current infrastructure, Volkswagen has gone a step ahead and is set to have an all-electric plant in Germany. Given how the Dieselgate scandal turned out for VAG, will this help them save face and reclaim the lost trust amongst its customers?

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Cargo

Volkswagen is reviving the Type 2 Transporter Delivery Van of the ’60s with its new I.D. Cargo Buzz Concept which was presented at the IAA Commercial Vehicles in Hannover, Germany. As a sibling to the I.D. Buzz it uses the same MEB platform and will come as early as 2021 with a variety of battery options to suit anyone and everyone’s needs.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen I.D. R Pikes Peak Breaks Electric Record at Goodwood FOS

This weekend saw the 25th running of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and with it, a host of impressive machinery came out to strut their stuff up the short hillclimb course. While there was certainly no shortage of fast cars on hand, one in particular stood out from the rest, as the Volkswagen I.D. R Pikes Peak managed to reset the record books for all-electric racers at the event.

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PostHeaderIcon Romain Dumas and the Volkswagen I.D. R Pikes Peak Racer Shatter the Pikes Peak Time Attack Record

Volkswagen’s all-electric I.D. R hummed its way into Pikes Peak lore after smashing the International Hillclimb’s record with a time of 7:57.148, becoming the first-ever race car to complete the 12.42-mile course in under eight minutes. The record-setting run happened over the weekend, etching the car and its driver, Romain Dumas, into the Pike Peak International Hillclimb record books.

PostHeaderIcon VW Gears Up For Pikes Peak With I.D. R All-Electric Racer: Video

The 2018 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is rapidly approaching, and Volkswagen will be there to challenge the standing course record with this – the I.D. R, an all-electric racer purpose-built for the job. The event is set to take place at the end of the month, but VW is already onsite in Colorado, prepping for the big day with a few test runs in an effort to sort out any lingering issues with the new racing machine. Chronicling the latest efforts is this 2-minute, 46-second teaser vid, which shows the I.D. R in action alongside an interview with its driver, Romain Dumas.

All told, the I.D. R certainly has the right specs for something like this. In addition to simply ludicrous aero, this carbon monster is powered by a dual-motor powertrain making 671 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque, enough to propel it to 60 mph in just 2.25 seconds.

That’s quick, but Mr. Dumas has the skills to make it work, boasting a resume that includes wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, 24 Hours of Nurburgring, and 12 Hours of Sebring, not to mention outright victories at Pikes Peak in 2014, 2016, and 2017.

That said, even the best driver and car in the world won’t make this a cake walk. The Pikes Peak course is highly technical and extremely dangerous, composed of 156 turns spread over 12.42 miles, rising nearly 5,000 feet. The finish line towers above the surrounding landscape at 14,110 feet above sea level, which has a profound effect on cooling and aerodynamics, not to mention the driver’s mental state.

Will VW pull it off? Tune in June 24th to find out.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen I.D. R Pikes Peak

In case you hadn’t heard, Volkswagen is pivoting to a greener, more eco-friendly approach to building its cars, offering up plans to produce a host of new all-electric models over the next several years. Spearheading this new direction is a range of vehicles dubbed the I.D. family, which includes concepts like the Buzz minivan and Crozz four-door crossover. However, doesn’t think the I.D. range will be the death of go-fast VW’s – quite the opposite, in fact, as VW is also prepping a little something labeled I.D. for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado this June. It’s called the I.D. R, and it’s the company’s first-ever all-electric race car, purpose-built to tackle the Race to the Clouds. If ever there was a worthwhile application of VW’s EV tech, this is it. Mind the wing.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volkswagen I.D. R Pikes Peak.

PostHeaderIcon The Upcoming Volkswagen ID Hatchback Will Carry Lots of Concept DNA

It looks like Volkswagen has learned from the past and will introduce the ID Hatchback with a look that is near identical to the 2016 I.D. Concept. Of course, there will be a few things changed here and there, but a new report from Autocar claims that it is essentially the concept. This is exciting news, and what won’t carry over is completely understandable. Keep reading to find out.

PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen looking to swallow Tesla’s market share

The EV segment is seeing a lot of entrants these days. Every automaker out there, from Ford to Bentley, wants a share of the pie. Arguably, it was Tesla who may have taken the EV market by storm, but the worst is yet to come. Reports suggest that Volkswagen has placed an order for battery cells that matches the entire market value of Tesla! Now, how’s that for competition?

PostHeaderIcon Volkwagen Will Roll Out the First ID Hatch Prototypes in April

Volkswagen’s ID revolution is about to begin when the first wave of ID hatchbacks roll off factory lines next month. Ok, so the cars being built aren’t exactly production models. They’re pre-production prototypes that will set the stage for VW engineers to begin the testing stage of the cars’ capabilities ahead of their eventual launch late next year.


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“When the cars are ready for production in November 2019, they’re going to be ready to roll with no hiccups whatsoever.”

Considering how much Volkswagen has invested in electrification and the propagation of its new ID line of electric vehicles, the arrival of these pre-production prototype models is a huge step for the German automaker in kick-starting its drive towards becoming one of the world’s biggest electric car manufacturers. The moment was not lost in the eyes of company boss Herbert Diess, who said that these prototypes will be used in an “intensive start-up phase” that will begin in September.

It’s no surprise that Volkswagen is laying out a long-term timetable for the development of the ID hatchback, especially when you consider that this model will be the first mainstream electric vehicle the company is developing for production. If anything, it’s important for Volkswagen to get the testing and development stages of this model right. There’s no going around it because once Volkswagen decided to go all-in on the electric market, it’s going to need to start on the right foot. Having a 17-month window to get that right is important for VW to make sure that when the cars are ready for production in November 2019, they’re going to be ready to roll with no hiccups whatsoever.


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“The production model won’t deviate too much away from the concept version.”

Say what you will about Volkswagen’s ambitions, but this is precisely the right move to make. There’s no reason to rush the development of such an important car. The German automaker needs to take its time to ensure that it leaves no stones unturned in developing the all-electric ID hatchback. It’s no secret that Volkswagen has a lot on the line here.

As far as the ID hatchback is concerned, we already saw what it could potentially look like when Volkswagen unveiled it in concept form at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. It’s still unclear what the production version is going to look like, but earlier reports hinted that stylistically, the production model won’t deviate too much away from the concept version.


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“The ID hatchback is expected to use an electric motor that produces around 160 horsepower.”

In terms of power, the ID hatchback is expected to use an electric motor that produces around 160 horsepower. More importantly, the hatchback’s range has been benchmarked at 250 miles with the possibility of going all the way up to 373 miles. Even if VW only achieves 250 miles on a single charge, it would still be a massive improvement over the 186-mile range of the current Volkswagen e-Golf. On the performance side, it is said that the ID hatch will be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than eight seconds before clocking in at a top speed of just 100 mph.

Once the car is out on the road, it would effectively usher in a new era for the German auto giant, which has admitted plans to sell one million all-electric cars per year by 2025. Well, if history remembers the ID line nicely, it could point back to April 2018 as the date when Volkswagen’s ID revolution officially kicked into gear.

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PostHeaderIcon Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion

The “Dieselgate” scandal of 2015 gave Volkswagen an awfully big headache, but it also prompted the German to take electrification a bit more seriously. In recent years, Volkswagen unleashed a series of EVs wearing the “I.D.” badge that preview upcoming production models. The fourth vehicle in this series is called the I.D. Vizzion and showcased Volkswagen’s vision of a spacious, fully electric, and autonomous four-door sedan at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.

The German automaker’s lineup of I.D. concept models offers a glimpse at what Volkswagen has planned for the future. Three previous I.D. models have made their way across international stages, but this, the I.D. Vizzion Concept, is the first one designed to be fully autonomous. It doesn’t even have the option for human input. Yep, there is no steering wheel, pedals, or shifter – it’s all handled by the computer. Volkswagen calls this computer the “digital chauffeur.”

Simply plug in your destination, and the car takes care of the rest while passengers sit back and use their new free time for other tasks. The I.D. Vizzion is part of the company’s aggressive electric vehicle campaign, which includes 20 all-new EVs by 2025, so a production model is due to follow at some point. Until that happens, let’s see what this concept car is all about

Continue reading to learn more about the Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion.

Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion Exterior

  • Notchback body layout
  • Futuristic design
  • Simple, yet muscular cues
  • LED lighting
  • Short overhangs
  • Large wheels
  • Symmetrical roofline

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“The Vizzion shares many features with other I.D. concept, including the clean, crisp body lines, the muscular fenders, and the thin light units”

Needless to say, the I.D. Vizzion looks significantly different than current Volkswagen production models, but this is far from surprising given that we’re looking at a concept. On the other hand, it shares many features with other I.D. concept, including the clean, crisp body lines, the muscular fenders, and the thin light units.

The I.D. Vizzion is a four-door sedan with roomy seating for four. The conventionally opening front door combined with rear-opening, suicide-style rear doors for an extremely open entrance into the Vizzion’s interior. The car has very short front overhang and nose, making the most of the car’s 16.7-foot length. It also has a short decklid, which gives it a notchback-style appearance. It seems that this body style is returning to popularity as more and more automakers are designing their concept cars this way.


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“The I.D. Vizzion’s overall design is futuristic, looking like something from Tron”

The I.D. Vizzion’s overall design is futuristic, looking like something from Tron. The headlamps are really thin and continue into the grille with thinner strips that surround the “VW” badge. The trapezoidal grille has slim horizontal slats and it’s painted in the same color as the body, leaving only small sections above and below in black. The front bumper is clean and simple, while the front hood is rather muscular with raised edges.

Large fanblade-style wheels with low-profile tires give the side view a cool look. The muscular fenders and the almost symmetrical roofline further add to the basic yet sporty appearance. The rear fascia is very similar to the front, with white LED strips surrounding the badge and equally thin red taillights. The trunklid opening is wide for proper access and the bumper is as simple as they get. There are no exhaust pipes, which makes sense given that the concept car is fully electric.

Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion Interior

  • Driverless concept
  • Four seats
  • Lots of room for passengers
  • State-of-the-art tech
  • Gesture control
  • “Virtual host” feature

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“The seats and surrounding interior appear very comfortable and suitable for long rides across the country”

The futuristic feel continues inside the VW I.D. Vizzion Concept. Most noticeable is the missing driver controls. The dashboard is simply an accent piece mounted far away from the front occupants. The only controls are mounted on the center console. Both the front and rear seats have circular knobs glowing in a fluorescent teal color with what appears to be wood trim surrounding it.

Those who ride in the I.D. Vizzion will be happy it drives itself. The seats and surrounding interior appear very comfortable and suitable for long rides across the country. Legroom appears to be extremely generous, while elbow room is aided by the division between the seats. There won’t be anyone squished in the rear middle seat in the I.D. Vizzion.

Volkswagen makes an excellent point about the I.D. Vizzion and its self-driving capabilities: it opens travel to the population segment that cannot currently drive. This includes the elderly, the young, and the disabled. The “digital chauffeur” comes with many assistance systems and enables the vehicle to drive, steer and navigate autonomously in traffic. A virtual host, with which passengers communicate via voice and gesture control, knows the personal preferences of the vehicle guests thanks to complete embedding into the digital ecosystem. It also adapts to each of them individually.

Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion Drivetrain

  • Two electric motors
  • 111-kWh lithium-ion battery
  • 225-kW output
  • 112-mph top speed
  • A total range of 413 miles

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“Total range is estimated at up to 413 miles when regenerative braking is factored in”

The I.D. Vizzion Concept gets its juice from a 111-kWh lithium-ion battery and a pair of electric motors that deliver 225 kW combined. That’s 302 horsepower, which is pretty good for an all-electric vehicle. No word on acceleration performance, but Volkswagen did say that the concept car will hit a top speed of 112 mph.

Total range is estimated at up to 413 miles when regenerative braking is factored in. That’s more than any other EV available at this point, but it remains to be seen if the production model will return something similar.

Naturally, without any input from a driver, the drivetrain becomes far less interesting. There’s no talk of manual transmissions, forced induction, or supercar-levels of grip to get excited about. Fully autonomous cars are basically fancy appliances that transport. They are not sources of entertainment as current vehicles can be – even the cheap ones not designed to be “fun.”
Nevertheless, the drivetrain’s range and charge time will become ever more important as the future becomes reality.

Conclusion


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The I.D. Vizzion Concept represents what Volkswagen wants to accomplish by 2025. In fact, VW is scheduled to begin building the Golf-sized I.D. hatchback by 2020 in the electric compact car class. Behind that will come an electric crossover based on the I.D. Crozz, followed shortly by the production version of the I.D. Buzz – the minivan-style vehicle inspired by the original VW Type 2 Bus. The production version of the I.D. Vizzion will follow after that. Beyond these I.D. models, Volkswagen says it wants more than 20 electric models by 2025. Volkswagen has a long way to go in less than seven years and it will be a tough road ahead. Thankfully, shared technology and chassis architecture will undoubtedly help VW achieve this goal while producing “different” models that suit different needs.

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    • * Current legislation limiting full autonomy
    • * Will likely be expensive

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1986 Chevrolet Other Pickups 1986 CHEVY K10 SILVERADO SINGLE CAB 6.2L DIESEL 4X4 4-SPEED MANUAL 60,982 MILES!
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End Date: Thursday Dec-20-2018 17:25:29 PST
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