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Volkswagen ID Vizzion concept to be unveiled at upcoming Beijing Motor Show

The Volkswagen ID Vizzion, developed as Aero B, will be presented at the Beijing Motor Show 2022.

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HT automatic office

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Updated:
01 April 2022, 10:45

Volkswagen ID Vizzion concept EV. (Volkswagen)

Volkswagen has confirmed that it will unveil its ID Vizzion electric vehicle at the Beijing Motor Show to be held in April. The first deliveries of the Volkswagen ID Vizzion will begin next year with China as a priority. Volkswagen brand manager Ralf Brandstatter said the new electric vehicle will come in sedan form before an estate version based on the ID Space Vizzion concept arrives.

The new Volkswagen ID Vizzion, which is being developed under the codename Aero B, is expected to be an electric equivalent of the Passat model which featured an internal combustion engine. This new Volkswagen EV will be based on the company’s MEB architecture which is a modular platform for electric vehicles. The new electric sedan after hitting the market could compete with the Tesla Model 3 and Polestar 2 models.

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Earlier, Volkswagen said the EV would offer an electric four-wheel-drive powertrain with a system output of 225 kW and also offer a range of up to 665 km. The automaker added that the electric vehicle would also feature automated driving technology and augmented reality. The electric sedan was first presented at the 2018 Geneva Auto Show.

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Volkswagen recently introduced its highly anticipated ID.Buzz EV, an electric version of its popular Kombi model. Volkswagen ID.Buzz is expected to go into production soon as the company aims to launch the electric vehicle in the European market by the end of this year and in the United States by 2024. It will be available in two versions, a model standard to carry passengers and another to carry goods.

Date of first publication: April 01, 2022, 10:45 a.m. IST

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