The 2016 Paris Motor Show, which is also known as the as the Paris Mondial de l'Automobile, will be held from Oct. 1 to 16, and it will be open to the public. Apart from the world debut of different car models, Volkswagen has also found the event to launch the ID electric concept.
This must be a smart move for the traditional automaker since its name has been dragged into the diesel emission cheating scandal for a few months now. Fox News was able to gather a bit of detail about the upcoming model.
According to the news site, Volkswagen will be selling the first ID electric vehicle to the public on or before 2020. Furthermore, the ID has a single electric motor good for 167 horsepower and might offer between 250 and 370 miles of range and take just 15 minutes for an 80 percent recharge.
The full information about what will happen at the 2016 Paris Motor Show will be out anytime soon so stay tuned. So far, the car company is planning to release about 30 electric cars by 2025. They started the mission by introducing the e-Golf and revealing the MEB model concept at the 2016 Consumers Electric Show last January.
Meanwhile, here is the list of models that are expected at the 2016 Paris Motor Show:
1. Citroen's CXeperience Hybrid Concept - According to Car Obsession, the French vehicle will have a petrol engine that develops between 150-200bhp, which has been combined 80kW electric motor to give a total output of 250-300bhp. The hybrid system is mated to an eight-speed automatic gearbox which is placed between the petrol engine and the electric motor.
2. Citroen's C3 WRC - Net Car Show provided some photos and rumored specs of the model. The C3 WRC could have an enhanced engine power to around 380bhp and electronic differential control, among other impressive features.
3. Ferrari's GTC 4 Lusso T - According to Bloomberg, this is going to be the carmaker's first four-seater with a V8 engine.
4. LaFerrari Aperta - Ferrari will also launch the Aperta model on the same event. Those who will attend the event will see a carbon fiber hardtop and a soft top option.
5. Alfa Romeo's Giulia Veloce - the company might release the model in the Europe. However, Business Insider noted that it will not reach the U.S. market.