Volkswagen EV camper to not get in soon for a decade
Volkswagen EV camper to not get in soon for a decade

New Delhi:- If you have been wanting a camper version of Volkswagen's unique ID. Buzz electric van, it seems like you will have to wait for a long time.

Volkswagen hinted at the possibility of introducing a camper van in a presentation in 2019. However, a recent report by German publisher Edison suggests that we won't see a camper van based on the ID. Buzz EV in the near future. It could take longer than ten years.

Why are current designs too heavy for European drivers with a standard category B license. The reason is that they weigh more than three tons, according to Edison. A spokesperson from Volkswagen in the United States said they couldn't confirm if the report is true or not.

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VW took advantage of people's fondness for their old microbus and created the ID. Buzz They teased customers with it for a long time before finally starting to deliver it in Europe last year. Instead of releasing the same car in the United States, Volkswagen realized that Americans actually want a longer version with about 10 more inches of space to accommodate an additional row of seats.

The car company announced that it will begin selling the big ID. Buzz in America beginning in the third part of 2024.

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Right now, VW is trying out a van in Austin, Texas that has self-driving technology. I'm not sure if that is what Americans actually desire, but it is currently occurring.

According to Edison, VW will introduce a new hybrid camper that is based on the VW Multivan (not the ID. Buzz) in late August or early September.

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It was said that Volkswagen camper will be coming soon. However, because it is big and heavy, it will be hard for drivers in Europe to handle. Therefore, it won't be available for another ten years.

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