Classic VW bus makes an electrifying return, boasting high-efficiency and spacious design
The iconic Volkswagen bus is back, better, and with a buzz! Volkswagen proudly announces the rebirth of the much-loved VW bus, now electrified and globally available as the ID. Buzz. Bigger, better, and more sustainable than ever before, the new VW bus is set to create a ripple effect in the electric vehicle market.
Spacious design: room for everyone
The ID. Buzz with long wheelbase stands out as one of the most spacious electric vehicles, offering seating for up to seven people. With the extra length, the bus provides up to 87.1 cubic feet of storage space, ensuring comfort and convenience for every ride.
High-efficiency drive system: sustainability meets performance
Set to launch with an optional 85 kWh battery (net) and a new 210 kW electric drive motor, the ID. Buzz is a paradigm of efficient and sustainable transport. Further equipped with a heat pump for enhanced efficiency in winter, the ID. Buzz prepares to redefine electric vehicle performance.
Iconic features: nod to the classic VW
The ID. Buzz honors its heritage with features reminiscent of the classic VW bus, such as the newly developed panoramic sunroof with electronically controlled tinting. This sunroof, the largest ever produced by Volkswagen, allows for a sense of freedom and connection with the world, a homage to the legendary Samba Bus of the 1950s.
Arrival in 2024
The ID. Buzz is slated to reach American shores and start delivery in 2024. Simultaneously, it will be made available in Europe, marking the beginning of a new era for Volkswagen and its fans worldwide.
Past and future
The return of the VW bus in the form of the ID. Buzz presents more than a nostalgic trip down memory lane. It offers a vision of the future where mobility is not just about getting from point A to point B, but about doing so sustainably and with consideration for the world we share. By marrying past and future in the ID. Buzz, Volkswagen reminds us that progress doesn’t necessitate forgetting our roots but can indeed be a testament to them.