This is the first time that we have been able to observe its interior. Will the modularity of the ID.Buzz live up to the myth?
Volkswagen ID.Buzz – A month before official reveal, scheduled for March 9, 2022, the 100% electric Volkswagen Combi, called ID.Buzz, saw photos of its interior “leaked” on social networks. Exclusive shots that we owe to the forum VW ID Talk who was able to approach the camouflaged prototype very closely, to the point of accessing its dashboard and taking advantage of its modularity.
A cabin worthy of the ID family
Those who were hoping for a cockpit that broke with Volkswagen’s usual productions will be at their expense. As indicated by his name, the new electric Combi maintains its relationship with the ID family which already has 3 representatives on European soil (ID.3, ID.4 and ID.5) and one in Asia (ID.6). Thus, the dashboard revealed by the American forum will move no one, as long as the design of the furniture asserts itself in the continuity of the models already marketed.
Modularity to be specified
Au second rang, on observe a classic modularity, made of a bench seat split into 2/3-1/3. Hopefully, as an option, it will be possible for the Volkswagen ID.Buzz to take advantage of three independent seats. For its part, the luggage compartment does not mention a third row, due to the presence of a raised trunk threshold, in the photos. But the orange recesses housed under the third side window attest to the possibility of accommodating two additional passengers. But their wheelchairs shouldn’t fold under the floor, due to the bulkiness inherent in the batteries.
We will have to wait until next month to know all the interior characteristics of the ID.Buzz, destined to convert into a van to the delight of campers. If this version, presented today, will remain under the bar of 5 meters long, a variant with an extended wheelbase will replace it a few months later.
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