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News Volkswagen Teases Three-Row 2024 ID. Buzz for North America Ahead of Reveal

Volkswagen Teases Three-Row 2024 ID. Buzz for North America Ahead of Reveal

Volkswagen's setting us up for the anticipated reveal of the North American version of the ID. Buzz.

Volkswagen has been stirring up excitement as they tease the upcoming reveal of the highly anticipated three-row North American version of their new 2024 ID. Buzz.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz | Photo: Volkswagen

As you all know, the ID. Buzz is Volkswagen’s modern take on their iconic Microbus, combining nostalgia with cutting-edge electric vehicle technology. This model promises to define the electric minivan market, with a spacious interior and impressive performance capabilities.

Volkswagen has kept many of the details under wraps, but the North American version of the ID. Buzz will feature a longer wheelbase and additional seating capacity compared to its European counterpart. This three-row configuration will cater to the needs of larger families or those who require extra cargo space.

As part of Volkswagen’s ambitious plan to become a leading player in the electric vehicle market, the 2024 ID. Buzz is built on the company’s modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform. This platform allows for a versatile range of body styles and power outputs, ensuring that the ID. Buzz will appeal to a wide variety of consumers.

While the official reveal is still about a week away, fans and potential buyers are already buzzing with anticipation. To catch the livestream broadcast of the 2024 ID. Buzz reveal, be sure to tune in on June 2nd at 12:30 pm ET / 9:30 am PT. The event promises to reveal plenty of details including production and delivery timelines.

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