Geneva Motor Show: Past Highlights

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Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion Concept — 2018
The I.D. Vizzion Concept that premiered at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show was the fourth model in VW’s I.D. family — the most advanced of its time. Providing a look at what might be possible in 2030, the I.D. Vizzion sedan offers Level 5 autonomy which means its “digital chauffeur” can take complete control of driving tasks. There is no steering wheel or visible controls — the vehicle is operated by voice or gesture control. As with the other I.D. concepts, the Vizzion features an all-electric AWD system employing two motors and two transmissions. A 111-kWh lithium-ion battery resides beneath the floor for better weight distribution and a lower center of gravity. The front wheels are driven by a 101-horsepower electric motor, while a 201-horsepower motor drives the rear wheels for a total output of 302 horses.

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