Volkswagen Reveals its I.D. Concept Vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show

Published By : 06 Mar 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The latest Volkswagen concept vehicle was recently revealed by the German automobile giant at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. The Vizzion is a part of the I.D. automobile line introduced by the company.

More about Volkswagen’s I.D. Concept Vehicle

The I.D. Vizzion is reportedly stacked with an attractive design along with sporty curvy lines. The sleek sedan packs a pure electric drive with an all-wheel characteristic. It has an estimated range of 413 miles per charge, along with Level 5 autonomous driving, as well as voice and gesture control.

The Volkswagen Vizzion will be focused more at the urban commuter and will be less aimed at those who would want to travel in a shared manner. The latter indicates people who prefer commuting by cabs, and the Vizzion is certainly not expected to be aimed at being used as one. The car is expected to provide substantial competition to the Elon Musk’s Tesla, around 2030 or so when such cars would be commonly seen around the globe. This is quite evident from the fact that Volkswagen will take at least a decade for improving production quality of their product.

The Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion comes with a digital chauffeur feature that enables taking control of the car entirely through virtual assistant technologies. The company also does not plan to include steering wheels, pedals, or any other visible controls. However, versions that might include all these regular features might be planned in future from the perspective of long term development. The virtual host works by being fueled by AI, which will progressively gain information about its car users, surroundings, and other factors. This AI is projected to experience steady evolutions, thus improving the overall driving quality. The connection between the user and the car will be carried out through augmented reality, along with mixed reality headwear. This is mainly being done to provide an unhindered view for the commuters.

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