VW ID.6 Seen in China with Up to 7 Seats and 111 kWh of Battery

Volkswagen plans to launch a full range of electric cars over the next five years. In addition to compact, urban and other SUVs, the family will expand with the ID.6. A large SUV that will come to offer a more friendly alternative and that already rolls in its pre-production version on the roads.

The Chinese media have hunted this unit. This model’s last sighting allows us to see the proposal already without any camouflage, which indicates how close it is to its arrival and that it will be manufactured at first in China, from where it will be exported to the whole world.

In the published photos, we can see elements such as its wide wheel arches, which will become one of the hallmarks of this proposal and accentuate its SUV appearance.

This will be presented throughout 2021, with its launch in China scheduled for the end of that year, while its arrival in Europe and the United States will take place throughout 2022.

Until now, we knew that the ID.6 would sit on the MEB platform, which will allow it to take advantage of the wide wheelbase to house large-capacity batteries. Although it has not been officially confirmed, according to the Chinese media, there will be a 77 kWh version, about 280 miles, which will be the access, while the most capable will reach 111 kWh. Enough to exceed 373 miles autonomy.

It will also be a powerful model, with configurations, confirmed, between 225kW (306 hp) and 300kW (409 hp) in both cases with two engines four-wheel drive.

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