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News The First 2023 Volkswagen ID. Buzz Finally Rolls Off the Assembly Line

The First 2023 Volkswagen ID. Buzz Finally Rolls Off the Assembly Line

After about 20 years of teasing, the production ID. Buzz is officially being produced at the Hanover plant


  • The first European deliveries happen this fall.

  • Production of the ID. Buzz Cargo started at an earlier date.


It is highly plausible that more has been written about the return of Volkswagen’s iconic Type 2 bus than any other “new” vehicle in history. When you think about it, it’s been more than 20 years since the first teaser concept was introduced. And now, finally, it’s happening: the first real production ID. Buzz passenger van has rolled off the assembly line.

New Volkswagen ID. Buzz Priced from €64,581 In Germany

The 2023 Volkswagen ID. Buzz passenger van was preceded out of the facility by the Cargo version as production began a little earlier. Said facility is the Hanover plant in Germany which was retooled to accommodate the new EV which will be assembled alongside the Multivan (T7) as well as the Transporter (T6.1).

Once more, although Europeans will be taking delivery of their brand-spanking-new Buzzez, we North Americans need to wait at least another year before official details such as pricing and start-of-production dates are revealed.

In Germany, the base ID. Buzz Passenger will be priced from €64,581 including the 19% VAT, while the Cargo version starts at €54,430.

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