Volkswagen I.D. Buzz officially to production in 2019

Volkswagen Group officially announced VW I.D. Buzz will go into production by 2019 and will hit the market a year later. This electric vehicle is expected to trigger a new generation of legendary Microbus fans from Wolfsburg. The company said strong demand boosted I.D. Buzz version production for sale in 2022 in the United States, Europe and China.

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"For me, the Buzz ID is the most beautiful and most exciting electric car in the world. Our clear objective is to be all-electric and fully connected to the world's best. The iconic electric car icon is definitely Volkswagen," said Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Board of Management for the Volkswagen brand.

I.D. Buzz and original I.D. version are scheduled to enter production around 2019 as a 2020 model, while I.D. Crozz is an electric SUV can be seen later. All three use the Modular Electric Drive kit where a group of components and chassis are engineered to maximize the potential of electric drive and future technology.

"These cars will offer everything and and the price is much more affordable than other electric cars," Diess said.

I.D. Buzz is designed to remind the original Microbus Type 1 and has won several awards in the months since it was introduced at the Detroit Auto Show. The V design on the front is a tribute to the original Bus of its predecessor, but the I.D. Buzz brings a strip of light as a unique visual.

The LED headlamps have a hexagonal segment that acts to communicate the vehicle's status. The 22 inch wheels look modern and one of the trademarks of Volkswagen brand design. Electric motor 369 hp on each axle and 111 kWh battery on the chassis floor for 300 mile distance. The 150 kW fast-charge system recharges the battery within 30 minutes. Volkswagen I.D. Buzz officially to production in 2019

I.D. Design Buzz and MEB platforms provide a space of relief for passengers or cargo with a wide view of its surroundings. The car accommodates eight people or 162.5 cubic feet of cargo if the seats are folded or removed.

The vehicle has an autonomous technology that will be developed for future models is "I.D. Pilot" to go into production in 2025. This version of the folding steering wheel steering and laser scanner pop-up on the roof.

"We are fully committed to the mobility of the future," Diess said.