Photos of the Volkswagen ID.Buzz interior have surfaced online, taken during the “Covered drive” event taking place these days in Barcelona, Spain.
Although the dashboard is partially closed, some details show that the interior is very similar to the already serial electric cars VW ID.3 and VW ID.4. The multifunction steering wheel, the digital instrument panel behind it and the central multimedia system look identical. However, the shape of the central vents is different, and there are two large cup holders underneath.
There are ample storage spaces between the front seats and on the door panels. However, Western colleagues were attracted by one unpleasant detail – the absence of floor rails, which were in ID.Buzz Concept, shown in 2017. With their help, it was possible to move the seats and various tables along the rails, creating a unique cabin configuration. Apparently, the electric minivan shown in the photos is presented in the basic version, in which this option is absent.
In North America, the German manufacturer will offer only the ID.Buzz long-wheelbase modification, which will probably get “rails” in the cabin. In Europe, several versions will be available, including ID.California and cargo ID.Buzz Cargo. ID.Buzz will make its full debut on March 9th at a Volkswagen event. It is likely that together with him they will show another novelty in camouflage, which has become an unusual tradition of the manufacturer.
ID.Buzz is not the company’s only minivan. The old T6 family is still in service, and last year a hybrid T7 was added to it. Thus, “Buzz” will logically complete the formation of the manufacturer’s model line.