Car manufacturer Volkswagen (Volkswagen) unveils its two new electric cars at the ongoing auto show in Shanghai Visible Huh. Their names are ID.6 X and ID.6 Crozz. The new electric car will be an upgrade to the existing ID.4. The company says that these cars will be made in China, for which the company has partnered with Chinese automaker FAW. Together these two companies will form the ID.6 Crozz and the ID.6 X will be produced in collaboration with the Chinese automobile company SAIC.
The ID.6 Crozz and ID.6 X are almost identical with some minor changes in appearance from the outside. To make both variants different from each other, the company has used slightly different headlamps, taillights and bumpers. The Volkswagen ID.6 X and ID.6 Crozz are built on the MEB architecture, designed for specific electric vehicles. Many electric vehicles from Skoda and Audi are built on this architecture.
Talking about power specifications, Volkswagen claims that the ID.6 single trim motor can generate 177Hp max power. It will also have a dual-motor trim, which will generate a maximum power of 302Hp. Both can hold speeds of 0 to 100KM in 9.3 seconds and 6.6 seconds respectively. Two options will also be available in the case of battery. First option 58kWh battery pack and second 77kWh battery pack. Both are claimed to have 436Km and 588Km ranges respectively.
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