The 5-seater ID.Buzz is being launched across Europe initially in the premium “Pro” version.

In parallel, the ID.Buzz Cargo is also available from the launch date.

Both models come to market with fully connected infotainment systems, multifunction steering wheel, LED headlights, automatic climate control, cruise control and driver assistance/warning systems such as Car2x , and the standard Front Assist emergency braking system.

Many options will be offered: matrix LED headlights, motorized tailgate and sliding doors, adaptive cruise control, rear view camera, keyless access system, electric and heated seats, heated steering wheel, etc.

Note that the ID.Buzz does not need a navigation system.

To do this, you will need to use your smartphone via Android Auto or Apple CarPlay wireless connectivity.

The ID.Buzz is equipped with a lithium-ion battery that provides 77 kWh and powers a rear electric motor of 204 hp and 310 Nm. WLTP consumption is 20.6 kWh/100 km (Cargo: 20.4 kWh/100 km), which corresponds to a range of 423 km (Cargo: 425 km).

Connected to a fast direct current charging station with a maximum power of 170 kW, the battery can be recharged from 5 to 80% of its capacity in approximately 30 minutes.

The price of the ID.Buzz in Germany is €64,581.

The ID.Buzz Cargo costs €54,430.

It's quite expensive, yet we can already bet that its retro fashion accessory side will absolutely be a hit.


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