Volkswagen completes the list of fully electric cars developed on the new MEB platform with a new model, a "tomorrow's car", which "combines the aerodynamic characteristics of a Gran Turismo with the space for an SUV."
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The first sketches of a new Volkswagen electric car were sent to the press before the Los Angeles debut. With this name, the car is still a concept car, but he envisages another model series, from the ID family. Called ID.SPACE VIZZION, he follows ID.VIZZION, which comes after CROZZ, BUZZ, BUGGY and ROOMZZ, obviously after the first ID simply. The latter is the first to become a standard machine, ID.3. Next will be ID.4, the standard variant of the CROZZ, which will be a middle-class SUV.
Among the most important information about the new fully electric car is the battery life, up to 590 km, with the help of a special aerodynamics, created by the large openings of the windscreen and roof.
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The car will premiere November 19 in Los Angeles, and it will be, as described by VW, a car that combines the silhouette of a Gran Turismo with the volume of an SUV.
"So far, with the ID family, I have shown what is possible with electric vehicles in all known categories of cars. With ID.SPACE VIZZION we create a new, fully electric segment," says Klaus Bischoff, director of VW design.
According to VW, the new car is based on the same MEB (German acronym of Electric Modular Matrix) platform, which is also found on ID.3. The platform "leverages all technical capabilities with e-mobility and guarantees high atoms, dynamic performance and a whole new level of digital connectivity."
In addition to the latest technology and digital cockpit, VW uses the new AppleSkin material, an artificial skin made from residues from apple juice production.
In terms of serial production, VW says it will be launched in 2021 and will have different versions for markets in North America, Europe and China.  PHOTO Volkswagen launches new electric car, ID. ROOM VIZZION, at the Los Angeles Exhibition “/>