2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz and Cargo Unveiled: Here are Hands-On Videos
Volkswagen officially announced its new ID. Buzz and ID. Buzz Cargo on Wednesday, unveiling the new microbus for the world to see.
The made in Germany ID. Buzz and Cargo can be charged at up to 170 kW speeds, has room for five people and 1,121 litres of luggage. The Cargo will have room to fit two euro pallets, says Volkswagen.
Features will include a ‘Travel Assist with swarm data’ and automated parking. You’ll be able to charge your home with bidirectional charging.
Both ID. Buzz versions will launch in Europe first this autumn with a 77 kWh battery (with gross energy content of 82 kWh), powered by a 150 kW electric motor.
The new vehicles will be made at Volkswagen’s German plant in Hanover.
You can see the Volkswagen USA presentation below:
Here’s the ID. Buzz world premiere:
VW ID. Buzz and Cargo pre-orders will debut in some countries in May, while Volkswagen confirms the microbus will be returning to the USA and Canada as well.
Below is the interior of the ID. Cargo:
And the ID. Buzz Cargo’s trunk area:
Some other ID. Buzz and Cargo specs:
- Wheelbase of 2,988 mm
- Length: 4,712 mm
- Height: 1,937 mm or 1,938 mm in height
- Width: 1,985 mm (81 mm wider than a T6.1)
- Turning radius: 11.1 metres
“Both versions of the ID. Buzz are pioneering in terms of their sustainability: their manufacture and shipping has a carbon-neutral footprint. We are also using recycled synthetic materials and the interior is completely free of any real leather,” said Carsten Intra, Chairman of the Board of Management of the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Brand
“The ID. Buzz will also be used for future autonomous mobility concepts such as ridepooling – an e-shuttle service of Group subsidiary MOIA that can be booked via an app. The electric Bulli is thus also a part of the future of inner-city transport,” added Intra.
Check out some hands-on videos of the new VW ID. Buzz and Cargo from YouTube content creators below: