The all-electric MUV (multi-utility vehicle) uses a 77kWh battery paired to a rear-mounted electric motor that produces 310Nm of torque. The company claims a driving range of 258 miles and a rapid-charging time of 30 minutes for a five to 80% charge.
The ID. Buzz is available in three variants: Life, Style and 1st Edition. The entry-level Life starts at £57,115 and offers LED headlights, heated windscreen, the Buzz box removable storage, Discover Pro navigation, and infotainment with a 10in colour touchscreen, and wireless charging.
Style, priced from £61,915 adds the ‘IQ. Light’ LED matrix headlights plus adaptive interior ambient lighting and tailgate surround lighting.
The range-topping 1st Edition is priced at £62,995. This specification includes a full range of safety, security, and convenience features, including 21in ‘Bromberg’ alloy wheels, the Discover Max navigation system with a 12in colour touchscreen and comfort seats with memory function.
Volkswagen has invited customers who had paid a deposit during a pre-booking window in June to spec their car and to secure a priority spot in the order book.