Everyone has seen the look of the iconic campervan, and Volkswagen is bringing it back to the future with the addition of AI technology and a trendy style of its own. The all-electric campervan has generated a lot of excitement in the industry, with a playful and upbeat style that is much anticipated. This Volkswagen electric car can accelerate from 0-60mph in 6 seconds, and it’s got the ability to travel up to 600 miles on a single charge, making it economical as well as a saviour to the environment.
The eight-seater Volkswagen hybrid car is going to impress everyone who piles into it, and given its space, has plenty to spare even with luggage packed in, too. There are no buttons in this futuristic vehicle, with a touchpad control system and the ability to autonomously drive. It may seem a little sci-fi, but the concept of the I.D Buzz is such that dream luxury is now a reality. There are some rare and intelligent co-pilot capabilities that mean your vehicle can assess dangers and keep you safe in a way you’ve never anticipated. The intelligence of this Volkswagen electric car is such that it’s setting a trend for cars to become more intelligent in behavioural anticipation of others.
The road tripping favourite has gone through a period of rebirth, with self-driving technology and a very impressive zero-emission range on offer. The entire design of the I.D Buzz is genius and the best part of the entire vehicle is the fact that it takes up minimal space. The axles at the front and the rear of the vehicle are spaced further apart, which means that the interior feels gigantic and homely, perfect for longer journeys. The driver even has plenty of room to drive with eight swivelling seats that can transform the average road trip into a camping sensation
Scheduled to arrive in 2022, the I.D Buzz will be the figurehead for the upcoming Uber rival, MOIA. the I.D Buzz draws inspiration from the 1950s classic campervan and that’s pretty much the only similarity here. It has been predicted to be offered in conversions such as the camper van and panel van, with Volkswagen also announcing a rear-wheel drive model with a reduced output offered. There is a reality head-up display and removable portrait tablet that can control the function of the car. The batteries and the motor are under the floor, which allows for space for luggage at the front and at the rear of the vehicle.
To get your hands on this new, iconic vehicle, speaking to Heritage Automotive can help. We have dealerships located in Bristol, Dorchester, Salisbury, Westbury, Yeovil and Weston Super Mare. The I.D Buzz may not be available until 2022, but this doesn’t change the fact that these Volkswagen hybrid cars will be swept off the market as fast as they come out. The 1950’s nostalgia is real, and it’s on the way for a comeback. Contact us today to find out more.
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