The Volkswagen has introduced its new electric concept for the fun riding. It is called as the two-seater Volkswagen I.D. Buggy concept. The company unveiled its electric concept at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show, and displayed it’ ID Buggy car. Well the Volkswagen I.D. Buggy concept has got 104.3-inch long wheelbase but a short 160.0-inch overall length. The I.D. Buggy has short overhangs and an impressive 9.4 inches of ground clearance for tearing it up in the sand.
According to the Volkswagen, the I.D buggy concept electric car is purely made for fun rides. As the new electric car painted in green has no roof and act like jeep for some extent. Besides that, you can make it four seater and can add an extra motor as well.
Volkswagen I.D. Buggy Concept
The things is this new cars are modest, coming to the interior, the I.D Buggy’s minimalist interior is described by easy handling and waterproof materials. All essentials surrounding the exterior are a continuation of the body, painted in Fern Green. On the other hand, the driver and passenger sit on seats with headrests and belt guides integrated into the backrests, while the floor plate is outfitted with anti-slip knobs.
Besides that interior, the exterior is equipped with the solid aluminum under-body guard. That is there to protect the front axle and ancillaries from any damage on off-road drive. The Volkswagen I.D. Buggy Concept has the aluminum side sill panel are there to function of an additional under-body guard. Not only that, VW provides two red steel eyelets integrated in the bumpers. There are no doors and no roof, but a black tarp can be stretched between the windscreen frame and the Targa bar as a sun shield or as light weather protection.
Volkswagen has built the I.D. BUGGY with the electric motor integrated in the rear axle. The electric concept cat has the high-voltage flat battery (62 kWh) arranged in the car floor to save space. While the other added units incorporated in the vehicle front end.
The electric motor delivers 201 horsepower and maximum torque of 228 lb-ft from standstill. According to the company, Volkswagen I.D. Buggy Concept Produces the sufficient energy power on rear axle, during off road terrain. With that electric motor, the electric concept car reaches 62 mph from zero in just 7.2 seconds. The maximum speed is electronically controlled at 99 mph.