In pictures: Volkswagen's electric ID BUGGY concept off-roader

Volkswagen's ID Buggy concept combines battery power with styling reminiscent of carefree days tearing around California sand dunes, tapping a retro flair similar to the ID Buzz minibus.
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The electric ID. BUGGY concept car.
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Four-cylinder boxer engine running at the rear.
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ID. BUGGY is a zero-emissions high-tech vehicle.
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Cover made of glass-fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP) over the chassis and engine.
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The clear design language expresses the unique experience when driving the buggy.
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VW's ID. BUGGY can also be converted to a 2+2-seater.
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The composite body manufactured from a mixture of aluminium, steel and plastic is self-supporting.
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A fixed roof and doors were deliberately dispensed with.
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Resilient and minimalist design of the interior is characterised by waterproof materials.
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Lithium ion rechargeable battery supplies the electricity for the ID. BUGGY’s 150 kW/204 PS electric drive motor in the rear.
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Additional electric motor in the front axle is also conceivable in order to realise an all-wheel drive with an “electric propshaft”.