2016 Volkswagen ID Concept
Category : 2016 Cars
Interactive light elements alter the look and feel of the concept car, depending on the mode that the I. Communicates with its environment using light. What is more, the I. The LED light from the headlights interactively mimics the human eye (interactive spotlight), with the headlights reacting to their environment, for instance by looking in the direction of the driver as he approaches the I.
The door panels can be used to control the air conditioning functions, the infotainment and navigation functions, the light, the electric windows and the central locking. Inside, the new Volkswagen I. Activating the fully automated “I. The interior of the ID concept seems like a more realistic approach to the future of automobiles, with the exception of that weird retractable steering wheel. It puts the spotlight on the individual: it is positive, honest, and fascinating to look at. The power electronics module converts the direct current (DC) stored in the battery into alternating current (AC) and a DC/DC converter supplies the on-board electronics with 12 V power. Mobiilisõbralik · Volkswagen opened up 2016 by previewing an electric future with the Budd-e concept
The zero-emission I. Will already be going into production in 2020, and it will kick off a new generation of innovative electric vehicles. The world premiere of the I. Is the focal point of the company’s show appearance. Under this guiding principle, and with a visionary electric vehicle, Volkswagen is offering a fascinating outlook on the mobility of tomorrow at the Paris International Motor Show (1 –16 October).
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