Volkswagen has so far confirmed five models for its ID family of electric cars. The fifth to be confirmed is a large SUV, a preview of which has come in the form of the ID Roomzz concept. The concept makes its debut this week at Auto Shanghai 2019.
Mercedes-Benz is also using the Chinese show to preview an upcoming SUV with a concept, in this case the GLB. The GLB will be a compact SUV larger and more rugged than the GLA, which Mercedes already offers in the compact segment.
Audi has taken the covers off the AI:ME concept, a pure design study that explores electric mobility a decade from now. While it isn’t bound for production, its design is thought to hint at future styling themes for the brand with the four rings.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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