Adorable ID.Buzz Commercial Van Tries On Many Hats for European Customers

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Volkswagen showed disconnected 4 commercialized concepts based connected the ID.Buzz electrical minivan, including an ambulance and a cargo van with a container body.

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  • Volkswagen showed disconnected 4 ID.Buzz commercialized conveyance concepts astatine the Frankfurt, Germany, commercial-vehicle amusement this week.
  • Each van was made by a antithetic specializer shaper and outfitted for tasks ranging from refrigeration to exigency response.
  • The conception vans, labeled arsenic "near production," are intended for Europe, with Volkswagen readying to lone bring the extended-wheelbase rider mentation of the van to the U.S.

We're definite Volkswagen wasn't intending to wounded america truthful overmuch by unveiling 4 adorable ID.Buzz concepts astatine the Frankfurt commercial-vehicle show. Yet, someway it hurts to cognize that these cute and seemingly applicable compact cargo vans beryllium and we won't get them. It's not Volkswagen's responsibility that Nissan stopped accumulation of the NV200, oregon that Mercedes is dropping the Metris. Nor should we blasted Volkswagen due to the fact that Ram pulled the plug connected the ProMaster City—or kick to Ford for flipping the disconnected power connected the Transit Connect. Meanwhile, European commercialized customers tin look guardant to a full lineup of interesting, attractive, and applicable ID.Buzz variants, truthful there's that.

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The flex-cab concept, adapted by the Dutch institution Snoeks, features a configurable five-seater layout for rider proscription needs. The seats tin beryllium electronically folded, allowing the van to modulation from a radical bearer to a goods transporter. The paramedic mentation of the ID.Buzz, built by Bösenberg, has country for 3 people. The cargo country has been converted to beryllium modular, capable to store aesculapian instrumentality and service arsenic an exigency enactment space. According to Volkswagen, the incorporated exigency airy strategy runs connected a antithetic artillery strategy from the remainder of the car, meaning it volition not hamper scope successful exigency situations.

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The astir visually changed ID.Buzz is the box-body version. Veth Automotive dropped a ample rectangular container connected the backmost of the Buzz, bringing cargo abstraction from 138 to 212 cubic feet. The sides and backmost of the container tin some beryllium equipped with hinged doors, sliding doors, oregon roll-up shutters. Of course, sharing aerodynamic qualities with a shed volition bring down range, but the container assemblage is being shown disconnected arsenic a "last mile" vehicle.

The refrigerated ID.Buzz (top, center) is different "last mile" van, designed with city-center deliveries successful mind. The 230V cooling strategy is mounted to extortion with 4 100-amp batteries and an inverter to person from DC to AC voltage. The four-battery strategy is capable to tally independently of the van for six to 8 hours. The refrigerated Buzz has a payload of 860 pounds, which converts to astir 172 gallons of crystal cream.

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Volkswagen besides showed disconnected a work van for the appliance institution Miele. The Miele-specific van is outfitted with shelving successful the backmost to store tools and materiel for the company's lawsuit work department. The halfway console of the van is equipped with a fold-out array to springiness the operator a workspace wrong the cabin.

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