Volkswagen Group of America has unveiled its Type 20 concept campervan to show off future technologies, including lightweight design and electric motors.
Out & About Live reported that the unity was created from a 1962 Type 2 11-window Microbus and has been converted to electric power and showcases a variety of experimental elements, including an all-electric drivetrain, including a 10kWh battery, 2,500-watt on-board charger, and a 120bhp electric motor.
It also features a custom-designed active pneumatic suspension developed with Porsche, which adjusts the vehicle’s ride height via software. This allows the Type 20 to rise as the driver approaches.
It also includes a real-time facial recognition system integrated with the digital assistant to identify users from a camera in the driver’s-side second window.
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