Meet Volkswagen’s AI-Powered I.D. Vizzion

Meet Volkswagen’s AI-Powered I.D. Vizzion, the fourth member of it I.D. family of electric concept cars. Volkswagen has revealed I.D. Vizzion concept vehicle at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland.


VW says the electric car will hit the road by 2022 and will come with a steering wheel and pedals. It will join the I.D. Concept hatchback, I.D. Crozz SUV concepts, and I.D. Buzz microbus.

VW still claims that the car will reach over 400 miles on a single charge and ti packs all-wheel pure electric drive, Level 5 autonomous driving and voice and gesture control. The front wheels are powered by a 75kW motor and a 150kW motor will power the rear that will produce this all-wheel-drive sedan about 300 horsepower. There is an OLED display technology embedded in the rear window.

The I.D. Vizzion’s ‘digital chauffeur’ feature takes full control of the car, without steering wheels or pedals, visible controls.

During the ride, the passengers can interact with the car using Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality (AR), and voice commands, and gestures.

There is HoloLens integration which can be used by the passengers to interact with in AR: Navigation, Communication, Business, Entertainment, and a Learning mode with games and apps for children onboard.

The car offers wireless charging, plug-in charging via Combined Charging System (CCS), as well as fast-charging stations or conventional electrical sockets.

“The I.D. Vizzion shows that we will not just be using uniform tin boxes in the electric, self-driving future,” boss Herbert Diess said in a statement.