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Volkswagen ID Buzz Teases Interior Easter Eggs Before Debut

The Volkswagen ID Buzz electric van is one of the most hotly anticipated electric vehicles to make its official debut. The wait will be over later this week, but before we see the production ID Buzz without its camouflage, VW has one more teaser. Volkswagen on Monday sent out a few new teaser shots of the 2024 VW ID Buzz and some more information about the van.

The dashboard shows off nearly the entire interior, save for the dashboard. We see two rows of seats with colorful fabric inserts, with some color-matched bits on the door panels. The colors will correspond with whatever exterior motif the buyer chooses. VW also alluded to built-in tools like an ice scraper and a bottle opener.

The interior also carries some eco-friendly secrets. What looks like leather is not an animal product. The steering wheel may look like it’s wrapped in leather, but it’s polyurethane. One fabric relies on 10% marine plastic and 90% recycled plastic bottles. Another part of the upholstery is made of 71% recycled materials.

Volkswagen will not unveil the ID Buzz in an official capacity until later this week; Roadshow has already taken a brief spin in a preproduction prototype. The one we drove offered a single electric motor on the rear axle, paired with a 77-kilowatt-hour battery, riding on the same MEB electric platform as the VW ID 4 SUV. A Cargo version will be made for markets outside the US, and the long-wheelbase version we’ll be getting will be offered with three rows of seats, as opposed to Europe’s two.

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