Then the electric public bus VW ID Buzz premieres

The facts about the battery-powered public bus are still stingy. But now VW’s CEO has revealed when ID Buzz has its world premiere.

Volkswagen began marketing its battery-powered passenger bus in a modern version in 2021. Last summer, the production line at the Hanover factory was rebuilt for ID Buzz, and at the end of the year, pre-bookings were opened.

Via Twitter Volkswagen’s CEO Herbert Diess has now announced that the premiere of ID Buzz is set for March 9 this year. Although the date is close in time, VW is still stingy with information about the bus’s performance.

Read more: Now the electric public bus can be pre-booked

Caption: The VW bus comes in two versions, for passenger transport and ID Buzz Cargo, a small van. Photo: Volkswagen

What we do know is that the vehicle is based on VW’s MEB platform for electric cars, and that the bus comes in two versions. Partly the usual for passenger transport – which gets flexible seats and side sliding doors.

Partly as ID Buzz Cargo, a cabinet for transports, which according to the manufacturer should offer more cargo space than the VW Caddy, but less than their Transporter.


Full speed on barrel from the JH factory in Sävsjö

AB Johansson & Hällgren was founded on 15 February 1897 by three brothers led by sheet metal worker Karl Johansson. It quickly developed into a thriving company in Sävsjö in Småland. In 1944, the industrial part was spun off and renamed the JH factory, or JH factories as the company was also called. The factory […]