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News Some Volkswagen ID.6 Specs Are Now Known

Some Volkswagen ID.6 Specs Are Now Known


  • Two trims are expected, the ID.6 X and ID.6 Crozz, depending on the market.

  • China will be the first market to get it, followed by Europe and North America.


As the third new entry in Volkswagen’s growing family of electric ID. vehicles, the ID. 6 should, with little doubt be the largest SUV. The expected ID. Buzz minivan should be the longest overall and we can say this as some details about the ID.6’s dimensions are now known.

Based on Volkswagen’s MEB electric vehicle platform, the ID.6 will measure 4,876 mm long, 1,848 mm wide, and 1,680 mm tall. The SUV’s wheelbase will be 2,965 mm from axle to axle. Compared to the ID. Buzz, it will be about 130 mm shorter than the North American version of the Buzz. As well, its wheelbase is 55 mm shorter than the minivan.

Volkswagen ID. ROOMZZ Showcar
Volkswagen ID. ROOMZZ Showcar

Perhaps in more relatable terms, the ID.6 will be almost 300 mm shorter overall than the ID.4. Both are about the same width and height. The ID.4’s wheelbase measures 2,771 mm, compared to the ID.6’s 2,965. This difference should accommodate the expected third row.

According to FormaCar, the two versions of the ID.6, the X and Crozz will be assembled at Volkswagen’s SAIC-VW and FAW-VW joint enterprises. This means that China will get the SUV first followed by Europe and North America likely well into 2022.

Volkswagen ID.6 SUV Pictures Leaked

 

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