All-electric Volkswagen ID.X performance hatchback concept revealed. This reveal took place by the company’s CEO, Ralf Brandstätter, via his personal Linkedin account. This new concept gets more aggressive styling and uses a more powerful version of the ID.4 GTX’s all-wheel-drive powertrain.
There is plenty of cosmetic changes to the ID.X over the standard ID.3 is the dim and green uniform and enormous width compound wheels enclosed by low-profile tires. The headlamps also include green features around the projector components. As for the inside, the dashboard is in accordance with the stock ID.3 yet gets green features around the AC vents and directing.
The powertrain now, the CEO Brandstätter reveals that there is a performance upgrade would be over all variants of the ID.3. Outright power is controlled at 334hp, which is not only 130hp more than the most powerful variant currently on sale but also 27hp more than even the hot GTX version of the larger ID.4 SUV.
Whereas, the ID X packs a version of the ID.4 GTX’s four-wheel-drive system. It had been thought that this system couldn’t be accommodated by the ID.3’s standard-length MEB architecture, and it’s not clear whether this concept makes any compromises on seating or storage capacity to make room for the bulkier underpinnings.
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