Volkswagen has its eyes on the future with all-electric vehicles. The ID. concept car gives drivers in Aurora, CO, an idea of what is possible when vehicles are freed from the constraints of combustion engines and plug-in hybrid vehicles. Not only does the ID. offer zero-emission driving, but it is also designed with futuristic features and technology that could be available for Denver, CO, drivers someday.

Explore the standout features and capabilities of the ID. concept car to imagine how it could change your daily driving in the Centennial, CO, area.

What to Expect from the ID.

The ID. concept car was unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show and showed a future where all-electric and automated driving was possible. It included futuristic ideas like a steering wheel that can retract into an instrument panel at a push of a button. One of the goals was to give drivers a completely different sense of space with changes like placing the motor on the rear axle and the high-voltage battery in the floor.

One of the most exciting features of the ID. is the connectedness and intuitive usability that match unique driver preferences. ID. drivers could potentially have their own Volkswagen ID, allowing them to unlock and start their cars with a smartphone phone and store personal preferences.

The ID. will likely expand on the Active Info Display and heads-up display so that there are no switches or sticks, just screens. The ID. has an anticipated range of 370 miles on a single charge, allowing for more than enough driving range for most commuters.

If you're interested in seeing the latest features that are currently available, be sure to browse our new inventory. Keep an eye out for more updates on the ID. concept car!

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