The Volkswagen ID Buzz concept was presented at the 2017 Detroit Motor Show. One of the most awaited innovations of the 2017 Detroit Motor Show was the Volkswagen ID Buzz concept.
The Volkswagen ID BUZZ minivan is 4.94 meters long, 1.98 meters wide and 1.96 meters high, with a wheelbase of 3.3 meters, and can accommodate up to eight people, with two compartments for luggage.
Since ID. Buzz is still a concept, for the standard model it will be necessary to wait a little longer. But, as is known, the expectation of joy is sometimes almost as great as the joy itself.
ID Buzz from Volkswagen is a family friend. And your companion in the hectic everyday life. Because this electric van simply offers everything that simplifies your life: modern comfort, completely new interior design and, soon, even a completely automated driving mode.
The Volkswagen ID Buzz minivan is powered by an electric powertrain, consisting of two engines and the 111 kWh battery pack, for a total maximum power of 374 horsepower. The power distribution between the two axes is via an electric cardan shaft.
This engine allows the Volkswagen ID Buzz to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in about 5 seconds and reach 160 km / h.
ID BUZZ is considering to offer Level 3 autonomous driving.
The large trunk offers all the volume you need. And if you wish, with just a few simple steps you can create even more loading versatility in the passenger compartment. Simply thanks to the flexible seat concept.
ID Buzz lets you drive very easily, like child's play, because every control element is intuitive and facing you. On the dashboard, there are no more buttons or switches. Thanks to the touchpad on the steering wheel, a slight touch is enough to control functions.
The price of the VW ID BUZZ is to be decided. Although we can speculate we should expect to see the ID BUZZ at something around 50.000 euros.
A new advertisement was launched for the ID Buzz: "Save the Earth".
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