The Volkswagen ID. Buzz It is only the first electric van that Volkswagen plans to market during this same decade, because as the brand itself has confirmed, in the coming years they will also arrive electric versions of the Transporter, Crafter and Caravelle.
This confirms an offensive by Volkswagen in the field of electric vans at the height of Stellantis, which is the group that currently has the largest range of models thanks to its firms Citroën, Peugeot and Opel, while Toyota also offers the same models as the French consortium firms.
The news has come through the sales director of the Volkswagen commercial vehicle division, Lars Krause, who has confirmed that in addition to the Transporter, Crafter and Caravelle, the company also plans to launch an electric key version of the California based on the Volkswagen ID. Buzz.
Krause has commented that such a model offensive will ensure that they can offer both private and business customers an electric vehicle for exact needs.
However, it will not be until at least 2025 when more electric vans from Volkswagen will arrive on the market, so until then those who are interested in an electric van from the German firm will have the ID as their only option. Buzz as a passenger version and the ID. Buzz Cargo as a commercial variant for professional customers. Nevertheless, the ID Buzz has yet to officially start its commercial journey in Europe.
And it is that, based on what the commercial director of the Volkswagen commercial vehicle division has commented, the firm is under negotiations with the representatives of the dealers to run a new sales model with the ID. Buzz.
In Germany it has started its commercialization, where it will be marketed through a traditional method through dealers with a price that starts at 64,581 euros, while the commercial version starts at 54,430 euros.