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C’mon. There’s no gas. The ID. Buzz is electric. Who needs gas anyways, with this much going on? Like three rows, that offer six and seven seat configurations. You can fit an entire volleyball team inside. Now that’s spacious. And the style is rather eye-catching. Look at the two-tone paint. You’ll definitely never lose it in a parking lot. We could go on about our new bus, but we think you get the drift.
The ID. Buzz will arrive at dealers in 2024. Fill out the short form on the ID. Buzz page on vw.com to get updates prior to the ID. Buzz arrival.
The ID. Buzz is about the same length and width as our Atlas Cross Sport. It is roughly 195” in length, 78” in width and 75” in height. The wheelbase is roughly 128” long.
The ID. Buzz will have a maximum of 7 seats.
Stay tuned for more information on trim levels and options.
Yes, the ID. Buzz will be available in RWD & AWD.
Stay tuned for more information on performance.
The ID. Buzz will have a 91 kWh battery (gross).
The ID. Buzz will only come with the 91 kWh battery.
We do not have any figures to share at the moment.
Stay tuned for more information on standard equipment and features.
Stay tuned for more information on owner benefits.
The European version has two rows and a shorter wheelbase than the three-row version sold in the U.S.
The plan was always for the two-row version to go on sale first, with the three-row version later. We also wanted to ensure we made the right tweaks for the U.S. market.
Only the long-wheelbase passenger version of the ID. Buzz will be sold in the U.S.
We believe most Americans will prefer the seating capacity, storage space and battery capacity made possible by the three-row version.
Pricing will be announced at a later date.
Since the ID. Buzz will be assembled outside of North America, its purchase will not qualify for a federal tax credit.
However, if you choose to lease, we anticipate that Volkswagen Credit will offer an EV Lease Bonus based on the federal tax credits available at the time of lease, though no final decisions have been made at this time.
We honestly don’t think there are currently any competitors.
We expect to host test drive events in 2024. Sign up on vw.com to be notified of the dates and locations.
We will not be taking reservations for the ID. Buzz. However, you can ask your nearest dealer to let you know when they have an ID. Buzz available.
Fill out the short form on the ID. Buzz page on vw.com. We’ll use this information to send you regular email updates. You can also ask your nearest dealer to let you know when they have an ID. Buzz available.