VW ID.Buzz EV passenger model caught in new spy photos

It’s almost completely uncovered

Volkswagen is examining its ID.Buzz electric minivan in the arctic circle today, as evidenced by these brand-new spy photos of a model wearing virtually no camouflage. While this is not the first time we’ve seen an ID.Buzz model without its front or rear ends covered, this traveler version sports home windows for the 2nd as well as 3rd (we think; more on that below) rows, giving us a peek of what to anticipate from the family variant of VW’s spiritual follower to the Microbus.

However, despite the noticeable back greenhouse on this prototype, we can see only 2 rows of seats, so there’s absolutely nothing right here to clue us in regarding how the ID.Buzz’s passenger cabin will certainly be prepared. Previous rumors have actually indicated some possibly wacky seating arrangements (possibly including a rear-facing row) however a great deal of that will ultimately be determined by which wheelbases Volkswagen selects to offer in each of the ID.Buzz’s eventual markets.

Early rumors suggested that the United States will certainly get just a long-wheelbase variation to be positioned as a costs lorry with some sturdy pretensions. Whether we’ll obtain an eight-passenger variation out of it remains to be seen. Despite how much time VW picks to reduce this particular sausage, it is anticipated be sold in rear- as well as all-wheel-drive variations, most likely making 201 and also 295 horse power respectively. The business version we’ve seen previously is not anticipated to be sold in the U.S. Additional information, like driving array and pricing details need to be disclosed more detailed to the EV’s introduction in 2022.