Volkswagen ID Buzz people mover and ID.4 SUV

They include a Golf-sized hatch, along with a more premium ID.3, family SUVs the
Tiguan-sized ID.4 and ID.5, plus the funky ID.Buzz people mover and its ID.Buzz Cargo
van derivative.

All five are scheduled go into production before 2024, all within about the next 20
months – at an average of one all-new EV every five months.

And, all 100 plus Volkswagen dealerships nationwide will be equipped to sell and
service EVs in preparation.

Volkswagen ID.4 mid-sized SUV

The line-up for the Volkswagen ID.3 will pursue maximum attainability in a premium
and drivable way, with a pricing target under $60,000 in order to maximise national and
state-based electric vehicle incentives.

The Volkswagen ID.4 and the coupe-style design-led ID.5 will provide Volkswagen
Tiguan customers with three choices in the medium SUV segment – battery-electric
with a 500km-plus range, or high-performing and efficient turbocharged petrol engines.

The Volkswagen ID.Buzz and ID.Buzz Cargo will pursue maximum individuality and
style, coexisting with the function of a long driving range, practical payload and plenty
of space for occupants and cargo alike.

Volkswagen ID.4 mid-sized SUV

Volkswagen Passenger Vehicles director Michal Szaniecki said he could confirm the
ID.3, ID.4 and ID.5 will both start production and go on sale next year, so the message
for customers thinking about switching to a BEV: “We’re here in 2024, and here in a big

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles director Ryan Davies said technical approval for the
ID.Buzz and ID.Buzz Cargo means that both are locked in and ready to go for
production to start at the end of 2024.

“The ID.Buzz is a people mover that stops traffic, people stop, stare and smile. It’s an
incredible blend of style and function that will capture the imagination of Australians –
and is reflected by our ambitious sales volumes,” he said.

About Chris Riley

Chris Riley has been a journalist for 40 years. He has spent half of his career as a writer, editor and production editor in newspapers, the rest of the time driving and writing about cars both in print and online. His love affair with cars began as a teenager with the purchase of an old VW Beetle, followed by another Beetle and a string of other cars on which he has wasted too much time and money. A self-confessed geek, he’s not afraid to ask the hard questions - at the risk of sounding silly.
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