Volkswagen Bus 2022. The old was new; what was once great was great again. At least this is the case in classic Volkswagen microbes. Icon In the late 1960s and 1970s, the “Worm” lost its style (apart from a group of surfers) for several decades until its recent appearance in popularity (partly because of the rise of “The Life”).
The microbuses that can be collected for a few thousand dollars just five years ago are now sold five, ten or even 20 times more. Volkswagen has not been in the best position since the Slacker crisis, but the German car company seems to have identified one thing ideally: it reinvests in the form of a microbus.
After receiving overwhelmingly positive personal information. Buzz Concept, which first appeared at the Detroit Motor Show in 2017, announced that it will manufacture a production version of the microbus. “After the presentations at the Detroit and Geneva motor show, we received a large number of messages and emails from customers who said, ‘Please build this car,'” said the CEO of the Volkswagen brand.
As a concept, I.D. Buzz van will use a fully electric train and a series of semi-independent features to combine old-school style with modern technology. In addition to the consumer version of the United States, Europe, and China, Volkswagen will build a business model called I.D. Buzz for shipping The commercial car will compete with models such as ProMaster City RAM, Nissan NV200, and Ford Transit Connect.
An electric motor may be associated with retrograde design like a strange pair, but Des says it’s the only way to make the microbus pattern right: “We’ve tried six or seven times to get the microbus back over the years, well, when you added an engine to the design, you changed everything.”
Production of I.D. The Buzz Group will have a range of more than 270 miles, 369 horsepower, a 111 kW battery pack, and a fast charging system. However, we have to wait, as the car is due to be launched in 2022. This should give you enough time to tie your wardrobe and find some signs of great peace.
“We are fully committed to the future of mobility and we want to revive America’s love for VW,” Des said.