The Crozz is rumored to be the first of the ID vehicles to be offered for sale on the US market. Meanwhile, the four-door ID car should be the first to hit production for sale internationally. It's a smart move by the automaker, considering that the SUV/crossover market in the United States continues to grow while regular passenger vehicle sales are flat or falling.
The all-wheel-drive vehicle (via two electric motors) will have a range of 311 miles and output 302 horsepower. It's also expected to be able to charge to 80 percent in 30 minutes via a 150kW DC fast charger. Still not as quick as a gas-powered car, but automakers are getting closer to making road trips without long pit stops a reality.
While the Buzz is getting all the... well, you know... for bringing the microbus back to the market, America's love affair with crossovers and SUVs means you're probably going to see more Crozzes on the road than retro buses.