Volkswagen is launching two new electric SUVs to follow up the I.D. hatchback, and they should arrive by the end of the decade.

The first will be the I.D. Crozz that we've seen a few times but was most recently shown and confirmed for production at the LA auto show last week. The second one, though, is one we haven't seen yet.

Klaus Bischoff, VW design chief, told Auto Express that we'll see a conventional SUV concept that will sell alongside the SUV-coupe I.D. Crozz.

The more traditional SUV will take design cues from the T-Roc and Tiguan, slotting in at around the same size as the Tiguan. The more upright roof will give more headroom and more cargo space, but Bischoff said that it may share a nose with the Crozz. For this pair, think Mercedes-Benz GLC and GLC Coupe, but with more electricity.

Like the hatch, the crossovers will be primarily rear-drive. A motor in the back will do the brunt of the work, with a second electric motor up front for when drive is needed at both ends.

Other, more emotional electrics are being considered by the brand, including a coupe that could replace the Scirocco, as well as an electric Beetle.

[source:  Auto Express ]