Volkswagen's Newest Concept for Its Lineup is a Self-driving Car

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Automaker company Volkswagen is set to add the fourth list to its futuristic I.D. lineup of car concepts. This time, the fourth car will be called the I.D. Vizzion.

The German automaker announced that they will showcase the car in the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, an annual auto show held in March in the Swiss city. It said that the I.D. Vizzion will be a low, long sedan that has no pedals or steering wheels. This statement means that they will be exhibiting a fully electric car or self-driving vehicle that will do the driving on behalf of the passengers.

The autonomous car concept is also said to be a part of the pledge of Volkswagen's parent company Volkswagen Group. Last September 2017, it pledged to electrify their entire 300-car lineup by 2030. VW alone is already planning to introduce 20 electric cars to the market in 2025. 

Like the past I.D. concepts that VW has introduced, such as the Crozz crossover, Buzz buss, and original I.D., the new Vizzion concept will be quick and powerful, said the company. It will have a battery pack of 111kWh that allows the car to last for a 665-kilometer or 413-mile drive in one charge.

VW also claims that they will be equipping the  I.D. Vizzion with dual electric motors, will have 180 kilometers top speed, and have 225 kW horsepower.