The interest was overwhelming and there has rarely been a greater excitement associated with a new Volkswagen. Then ID.Buzz is also a model that plays big on some of Volkswagen’s strongest brands. It is the legendary Hippie Bus.
The design brings with it many elements from here, and at the same time the proportions are very similar. And of course, VW is also working on retro elements that will further support the relationship.
On the other hand, under the cortex: These are very recent cases. ID.Buzz is all-electric and shares a platform with bestsellers such as VW ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq.
Here are the prices
The car was shown for the first time in March, when two very early versions were on a visit to Norway. We were able to see and touch them – and we also got some additional information. But there is still a great deal of uncertainty here. This applies to everything from pricing to battery packs to various in-house solutions.
It is now clear that Volkswagen is opening its doors to identity requests. Buzz and van version identifier. Buzz Cargo next Monday. The first customer cars are expected to arrive in Norway this fall.
These are the starting prices:
- Identification card. Buzz Pro price starts at 494,200 NOK, including shipping and delivery in Oslo.
- Identification card. Buzz Cargo’s price starts at 452.700 crowns. This also includes shipping and handling.
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The first in Europe
The passenger car version has a consumption of 20.8 kW / 100 km, which means a range of up to 418 km.
with id. Buzz Cargo for Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles sets a new standard in the range of pickup trucks in its class. Consumption according to the WLTP standard is 20.6 kWh / 100 km, which gives a range of up to 423 km.
It’s also Europe’s first all-electric truck, developed as an electric vehicle from scratch. It was launched with three seats as standard, and has a cargo area of 3.9 cubic metres. The maximum payload is 630 kg plus the weight of the trailer.
Both models have the navigation system as standard equipment. A rear view camera is also standard on cars. In addition, get an ID card. Buzz Cargo adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go. A loading hatch is also included in the section.
If you choose the passenger car model, you also get a 12-inch infotainment screen, a heated windshield and a heated multifunction steering wheel.
Cars have a charging capacity of 170 kW, which means that under ideal conditions, you can charge a car from 5 to 80 percent in about 30 minutes.
Both identifier. Buzz models come with a high-voltage battery of 77 kWh (82 kWh total). With twelve units, the system supplies power to a 204-horsepower electric motor.
The article was first published in broom
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