Volkswagen reveals ID Roomzz concept

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Volkswagen has presented the newest addition to the ID range at Auto Shanghai. The ID Roomzz combines future IQ Drive systems, meaning that on request it can glide through the traffic at Level 4 in ID Pilot mode. The vehicle occupants are provided with information via interactive light zones.

When the driver switches to fully automatic driving mode, individual seats can be rotated inward by 25° to enable a more communicative, lounge-like atmosphere on board.

Moreover, when the car is driving fully automatically, the ID Pilot Relax mode allows each passenger to adjust their seat individually to suit their needs. In this mode, the seat can be moved from an upright to a reclined position.

The ID Roomzz is not fitted with a conventional dash panel. In the manual mode, the digital cockpit along with the steering wheel appears to hover in front of the driver. The digital cockpit consists of a full glass-front panel. The digitized steering wheel has been conceptually integrated into the panel.

With its 82kWh battery, the ID Roomzz boasts a range of up to 450km (WLTP) or 475km (NEDC). In about half an hour, the concept car can be recharged to 80% of its capacity via a 150kW fast-charging system.

Two electric motors can continuously drive both axles with a system output of 306ps. The ID Roomzz can accelerate to 100km/h in 6.6 seconds and reach a limited top speed of up to 180km/h (112mph).

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