Here’s the latest EV concept by VW.
Volkswagen is all set to redeem its position after the diesel scandal. The company made sure that emission is rendered to the lowest in its latest models.
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Along with that VW is totally focusing these days on developing a fleet of hybrid and EV cars. These will be much better for the environment and will also won’t pose any threat in case of emissions.
Recently Volkswagen showed its latest sketches of the EV concept that they are looking forward to build. The design of this car was revealed in the sketches one week prior the Paris Motor Show, according to HybirdCars.
The illustrations of the car show that it will be a five door hatchback. This car is shown to have a low ground hugging stance. It also showcased a rear roofline. The roofline was shown to extend beyond the tailgate of this electric vehicle.
The car is fully electric so it won’t have any kind of combustion engine in the front. This is the reason that it has a short nose and also don’t support any kind of traditional grille, according to TopGear.
The sketches also showed that it has sliding rear doors, excellently style and wide wheels, a glass roof, and so much more. The concept is pretty advanced which is the reason that it might not see the light of production any time in near future.
The production model of this futuristically designed car will be a little different from this one. The car will use the new platform design by Volkswagen which is called Modular Electric Model (MEB). This module can be adapted for cars of various sizes including luxury sedans.
According to VW, it will have a range of almost 250-300 miles and will be fully charged in mere 15 minutes. The company is aiming to release it by 2019.