VW Self Driving Car Concept
VW’s new concept is a fully self-driving car with no steering wheel or pedal.
18:23 20 February 2018
Volkswagen new concept, called I.D. Vizzion, is a long, low sedan with no pedals nor a steering wheel. The fourth car to be added to the company’s futuristic I.D. lineup of concepts, exhibits how VW is going to bring us closer to having fully autonomous car that does the work for us.
The firm’s parent company, Volkswagen Group, has also pledged to add electric motors to its entire lineup by 2030. VW is set to introduce 20 electrified cars by 2025.
The I.D Vizzion will feature a 111kWh battery pack, which will allow it to last for up to 665 kilometers on a single charge. It will also be equipped with dual electric motors, allowing it to have a total power output of 225kW and a top speed of 180 kilometres per hour.
The “driver” of the car will be able to interact with the car’s virtual host either through gesture or voice control. The firm said that the cars digital assistant will know “the personal preferences of the vehicle guests in a way that allows it to adapt the car’s digital ecosystem to each of them.
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