As you can clearly see, the Tavascan doesn’t use its production body for the time being. Instead, the test vehicle rides with a Volkswagen ID.4 body, though there’s a lot of camouflage covering the front fascia. We can’t tell whether the disguise hides the Tavascan’s actual front-end design but it seems that what this prototype features is very different from the ID.4. For example, the headlights appear to be slimmer and the lower section of the bumper has a radically different layout. The rear end looks almost exactly like a standard stock ID.4, though.
As far as we know, the Tavascan will be positioned as the sportiest compact EV SUV offering in Volkswagen Group’s lineup and will have the shape of a coupe-fied crossover. It will obviously share its underpinnings with the VW ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq, which means a number of different versions will be available in terms of battery sizes and power output.
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