Volkswagen ID Buzz Electric Minivan coming to the United States in 2024

Volkswagen is betting on electric cars with the charm of a throwback Thursday, and modern features will capture its new “ID” EV subbrand in the heart and driveway of America.

Good news: The first photo of VW ID Buzz made almost everyone smile.

Bad news: It’s a minivan, probably the least stimulating type of vehicle.

The ID Buzz, which is conscious of the style similar to the VW minibus that became an icon of counterculture in the 1960s, will be released in Europe this fall and in the United States in 2024. VW will sell both cargo and passenger models.

Buzz’s nostalgic looks include a smiley face-inspired front end, an upright profile, two-tone paint, and a minibus-inspired window.

Buzz shares its structure and powertrain with the VWID4 SUV. “ID” is a sub-brand VW created for the new family of EVs. VW builds a buzz in Hannover, Germany. Most of the EV components are also built in Germany, many of the VW factories as automakers are trying to manage unemployment due to the low number of EV parts and labor requirements.

VWID Buzz Minivan Control

Prices and driving ranges have not yet been announced.

Larger models are coming to the United States

VW manufactures buzz for both passenger and commercial vehicles. The first European version is 185.5 inches long, about 20 inches shorter than the typical size of an American minivan, and seats five. The 117.1 inch wheelbase promises ample cargo space for the commercial version. It accounts for the largest sales in Europe. The stretch version (wheelbase and TBA with other dimensions) is scheduled for production in 2023.

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