The newest member of the Volkswagen family is here: the Identification. Buzz with long wheelbase. It is ‘Made in Germany’ for Europe as well as Canada and the United States. Because Volkswagen begins the recall of its vans in North America with the ID. Buzz with long wheelbase. The world premiere there will also take place in Huntington Beach, a surfer hangout on the Pacific Coast Highway near Los Angeles. The vehicle will be unveiled during the largest VW Bus Festival in the United States as a tribute to the fans and the country. Whereas, America will welcome the ID. Buzz with a grand spirit: From New York to San Francisco, June 2 will be celebrated as “Volkswagen Bus Day” in the future. The Vans Tour will continue in Germany in just three weeks with id’s European debut. Long talk at the VW Bus Festival in Hannover, the largest gathering of Volkswagen vans in Europe.
with a length of 4,962 mm and up to seven seats Big ID Buzz is all set for its North American release. At the same time, it also expands its range of potential uses in Europe. The extra length due to the 250mm increase in wheelbase makes room for third row of seats, offers up to 2,469 liters of storage space, and offers even more range, thanks to a new, larger 85 kWh (net capacity) battery. and the new heat pump that increases efficiency in winter. Large ID. will also be available with buzz a New 210 kW (286 hp) electric motor. This electric motor boosts the top speed to an electronically limited 160 km/h (150 kW with European Buzz ID: 145 km/h). Id. can reach the speed of a buzz 100 kmph in just 7.9 seconds. But that’s not all: An all-wheel drive (GTX) version with an output of 250 kW (339 hp) has been announced for 2024. Id. The Buzz GTX will be able to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 6.4 seconds, allowing it to merge into highway traffic faster.
Other innovation of Volkswagen’s big electric van are head-up display, latest generation infotainment system and Remote parking system via smartphone. for his part, he Hi-tech panoramic sunroof with smart glass, Newly designed, it is reminiscent of the famous Samba bus of the 1950s. At 1.5 m², it is the largest glass roof ever produced by Volkswagen. Smart glasses can be switched from transparent to opaque and vice versa using the touch slider or voice assistant. The North American version will also feature ventilated seats and an illuminated Volkswagen logo on the front.
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