Volkswagen is already working on its first all-electric SUV

Little by little, the German manufacturer is defining its future range of “zero emissions” models. To the ID.3, ID.4 and ID. Buzz that are already on sale, and waiting for a utility car to arrive in 2025, now it’s the turn of the ID prototype. extreme that anticipates the lines of the brand’s future electric all-terrain vehicle based on the sporty ID.4 GTX.

Featured Today in the Swiss canton of Ticino, inside the event ID. Treffen, his image is very aggressive and with all the details that should accompany a model of these characteristics. The specific 18-inch wheels, with studded tiresthe reinforced aluminum underbody, the own bumpers, widened wheel archesmanufactured by 3D printing, lto raised bodywork or roof rack with additional LED lights they achieve the desired image for off-road adventures.

More powerful than the ID.4 GTX

According to the first data provided by the brand, the ID. Xtreme will be 30% more powerful than the ID.4 GTX up to almost 400 horses it offers. Of course. will have all wheel drive and will add a very particular feature such as the engine sound recreation through a small generator mounted in one of the wheel arches.

The 18-inch wheels, with studded tires, the reinforced bottoms or the greater free height of the bodywork to the ground characterize the ID. Xtreme.

Inside, this prototype has some seats upholstered in Alcantara, with orange stitchinga color that also appears in other places outside.

This event has been organized by the ID Drivers Club and has the support of Volkswagen As part of its commitment to the way to zero strategy. In addition to the ID. Xtreme, the German brand has also brought together other models of the ID family.


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