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ID.X Performance Concept Car

Volkswagen presented its vision of an all-electric sports limousine in the upper mid-sized class at the ID. Treffen in Locarno on the Swiss side of Lago Maggiore earlier this month. The ID.X Performance show car impresses with powerful all-wheel drive, performance-oriented suspension, and an expressive appearance.

Maria Soni Reissfelder, Head of Marketing & Sales Volkswagen ID. The family says: “Presenting the ID.X Performance in front of ID. enthusiasts from across Europe give us the chance to meet members of the ID. Drivers Club in person. Andreas Reckewerth and his team of engineers have maximised the potential of the MEB in this vehicle, combining sporty performance with the elegant lines of a limousine. In addition to our emotive show car, we will also showcase a range of production models such as the ID.72, for which pre-sales started in Germany just a few days ago.”

Andreas Reckewerth, Head of Technology Office MEB, and his team have created the show car on the basis of the new ID.7. He says: “The MEB offers many fantastic possibilities for approaching vehicle development with a great deal of creativity. It was clear to us that we wanted to base our new show car on the ID.7 and that we would focus on enhancing the performance. In this way, we can show what is possible.” The abbreviation MEB stands for the modular electric drive platform from Volkswagen.

Powerful with an expressive look. The ID.X Performance demonstrates its unique athleticism through its dynamic appearance. The exterior of the all-electric limousine has a host of sporty features – both the front splitter and rear diffuser are made of carbon. The engineers have increased the toe by 80 millimetres and lowered the sports suspension with especially stiff springs by 60 millimetres. Alongside the drive unit, this makes a significant contribution to performance, making the vehicle handling even more agile.

The vehicle sits on 20-inch sports alloy wheels with a central lock and size 265 racing tyres. At the rear, a carbon wing ensures the necessary downforce. Tinted tail light clusters emphasise the sporty appearance of the high-performance electric limousine.

In the vehicle interior, occupants sit on carbon bucket seats, which provide optimum support even with a dynamic driving style. Red accents emphasise the sporty characteristics of the interior.

Powerful dual-motor drive with 411 kW (558 PS) and boost function. In the ID.X Performance show car, Volkswagen has supplemented the permanently excited synchronous motor on the rear axle with an additional asynchronous motor on the front axle to create an all-wheel drive. The advantages of this drive type are a short-time overload capability and particularly low drag losses. As a result, this motor type is ideal for delivering short-term power in the form of a boost function. The drive torque is controlled by a Vehicle Dynamics Manager, which also manages the operation of the rear axle differential lock in the ID.X Performance. The function is controlled on a separate display with a 17-centimetre screen diagonal in the centre console.

The energy of the dual-motor drive is supplied by the drive battery, which permits high continuous power output and short charging times with a charging capacity of up to 200 kW.

An electric fan community. Volkswagen is presenting the ID.X Performance at the international ID. Treffen, which is taking place in Locarno from 5 to 9 September. Electric vehicle enthusiasts are meeting on the Swiss side of Lago Maggiore to talk about their shared passion and take part in joint excursions. The meeting is initiated and organised by ID. customers who are also members of the ID. Drivers Club. In 2023, it will set a new attendance record with more than 130 vehicles. The Volkswagen brand team will be present with a number of experts and will provide insight into current developments in electric mobility. Alongside the ID.X Performance, Volkswagen is also presenting other models from the ID. family in Locarno. Volkswagen already excited numerous electric vehicle fans last year when it presented the ID. XTREME1 and ID. Xcite1 show cars.

1) Concept car. The vehicle will not go on sale.
2) ID.7 – Power consumption combined in kWh/100 km: 16.3–14.1; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 0; only consumption and emission values in accordance with WLTP and not in accordance with NEDC are available for the vehicle. Where ranges are stated, the values for consumption and CO₂ emissions depend on the selected vehicle equipment

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