The ID. Roomzz makes it possible to operate autonomously and without an active driver – in “ID. Pilot” mode. In this mode, the seats can be turned by 25 degrees, thereby converting the car’s interior into a lounge. The electric range is 450 kilometers, according to the WLTP cycle. This way, the SUV meets the needs of families and businesses alike. Using a 150 kW (DC) rapid charging system, the concept car can be charged to 80 percent capacity in a mere 30 minutes.
The production version of this SUV in the five-meter category will come to market in 2021. And China will be first, not only because it’s the world’s most important automotive market. But also because, “…China is the only large economy in the world with a clear plan to establish electro-mobility as the new standard,” says Herbert Diess. “This car will be a huge success. We already know that now,” says Jürgen Stackmann. “It is the peak of the iceberg for the future, because it combines two mega-trends in one car, by having an electric drive and by being an SUV. It’s totally an everyday car.”