‘We focus on the visionary things,' says Christian Endter, explaining his team's responsibilities. For everything else, they benefit from the company's exceptional development and manufacturing expertise in classic vehicle construction. ‘A classic example is the brakes,' he says. ‘We tend to make use of the components found in existing modules. No need to develop new ones.'
Nonetheless, when it comes to all the automotive visions they pursue together, Endter and his colleagues still always build cars, not castles in the air. And no one knows that better than they do: ‘We assess and monitor technical feasibility already during the design stage,' he emphasises.
I.D. VIZZION is equipped for a distant future
And the I.D. VIZZION is no different, with its innovative operating concept which ‘is equipped for two or three generations into the future'. The ‘digital chauffeur' is in charge of controlling the vehicle with a whole host of assistance systems. At the same time, a ‘virtual host' anticipates just about every wish the passengers have via voice and gesture control.