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New ID design. The Buzz model is unmistakably inspired by the legendary Volkswagen T1. Distinctive details include a large Volkswagen logo, a V-shape that extends from the grille to the shoulder line, triangular front side windows, wheels positioned at extreme body angles, air vents on the rear pillar, and the option of a two-tone version.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz

Like any other ID model, the new ID. Buzz uses a specially developed MEB platform for electric propulsion. It has a 77 kWh battery pack. This means that the person’s version of the ID. The Buzz has a theoretical range of 413 kilometers, while the ID. The Buzz Cargo commercial vehicle is theoretically good for 424 kilometers. The vehicle’s floor-mounted battery pack can be charged with a fast charger with a capacity of up to 170 kW. In practice, under ideal conditions, half an hour is enough to charge 5-80%. The forward-looking nature of ID. Buzz is also reflected in the two-way charging function. This means that it can also ‘give back’ power to the network.

All ID.-Family innovations are also available for ID. buzzing. For example, it is available with high-quality assistance systems, including Travel Assist, which allows for partially autonomous driving. Also LED Matrix ‘IQ.Light’ and Trained Parking Assist, which allows the driver to enter ID. Buzz can ‘teach’ to perform publicly available parking maneuvers automatically. An ID. Buzz is also perfect for over-the-air updates.

With a cargo length of 2.21 meters and a volume of 3.9 m3, ID. Buzz Cargo board with two euro pallets. It is also work-ready thanks to a 650 kg payload and the ability to tow trailers weighing up to 1,000 kg. Another practical point is the tailgate with windows, a wooden loading floor and a sliding door on the right. It also has air conditioning as standard, digital cockpit, ‘Ready to Discover’ Radio with 10-inch touchscreen, LED headlights and taillights, Park Distance Control, heated driver’s seat, Keyless Start, body-colored bumper, wireless smartphone App Connect integration and over-the-air updates.

Identity. Buzz Cargo commercial vehicles can now be ordered from €46,200 (excluding VAT, BPM and road preparation fees).

Identity. The Buzz passenger car is spacious and practical. The luggage compartment has a standard volume of 1,121 liters. With the rear seats folded down, which is 2,205 liters. In addition, it can tow trailers with a braked weight of up to 1,000 kg. The 11.1 meter turning circle ensures maneuverability. Due to the placement of the battery on the floor of the car, the center of gravity of each ID is . Low buzzing. Together with rear-wheel drive, this provides good road grip.

Identity. The five-seater Buzz is initially available in the exclusive 1ST and 1ST Max versions. The ‘1ST’ has standard equipment including 20-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats and steering wheel, high-quality dashboard, ‘Art Velor Eco’ upholstery and the Discover Pro navigation system with a 10-inch color touch screen. For safety and convenience, features such as Lane Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Keyless Access, Rear View reverse camera, Park Assist Plus, Matrix LED headlights (IQ.Light) and electric operation of the sliding doors and tailgate are also included.

Identity. The Buzz 1ST Max is more luxurious, with, for example, 21-inch light alloy wheels, electrically adjustable Comfort seats up front, Discover Pro navigation and infotainment system with 12-inch color touchscreen, variable load floor, Side Assist and Trained Park Assist. In addition, it can drive partially independently with Travel Assist.

ID five people. Buzz 1ST is worth the road from €69,990 and ID. Buzz 1ST Max from € 74,590.

Identity. Buzz and ID. Buzz Cargo is the result of Volkswagen’s new sustainable course. An example is the materials used. On the ID. Buzz, no leather or other animal materials are used, but fabrics that have the same luxurious touch and feel. The seat covers, carpet and headliner are made from recycled products. For example, SEAQUAL YARN’s cladding is made of 10% plastic waste from the ocean and 90% recycled PET bottles. This material reduces CO2 emissions by 32%. Eco ArtVelours upholstery is made up of 71% recycled materials.