2020 Volkswagen e-Crafter Concept Specs, Redesign, Release Date, & Review – Right after screwing things up with diesel engines as exposed by the being unfaithful emissions scandal, Volkswagen is now converting to electric mobility, with another concept – the e-Crafter.
Based on the most up-to-date generation model and launched at the 2019 IAA Industrial Vehicles Show in Hannover, Germany, the van previews a generation model set to show up next year makes use of an electric motor, rated at 136 PS (134 HP) and 290 Nm (214 lb-ft) of torque. This is nourished by a 43 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which does not have an effect on the payload capacity as this has been fitted under the cargo space floor. Based on the configuration, the battery enables for a zero-emission range of more than 200 km (124 miles), and it might be recharged up to 80 percent in 45 moments. However, the automaker states that future battery innovations could at some point offer a range of up to 400 km (249 miles).
Setting alone aside from the diesel versions, the Volkswagen e-Crafter sports a special Reef Blue Metallic color, with matching bumpers, protecting side strips and a blue bar on the radiator grille. The review also bears C-design DRLs, which are a feature of the brand’s zero-emission vehicles.
Inside, there is a ‘power meter‘ as an alternative of a rev countertop, the seats are already decorated with titanium black and blue trim, and the steering wheel is wrapped in leather and comes along with blue ornamental stitches. Carrying an optimum payload of 1,709 kg (3,768 lbs), the silent Crafter has the ProSafe fill-lashing system, Flex-Rack setup and Globelyst shelving system, from Sortimo. The concept also features a service station, where alternative electric batteries for the e-bicycles might be placed and billed.