We’re finally learning more about the highly anticipated Volkswagen ID. Buzz has it creeps closer to production. New clues may have revealed how much the 2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz will cost in America, but other countries get the electric van first.
How much does the 2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz cost?
Reportedly, based on pricing released in Germany, the 2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz might start around $55,000. This price doesn’t include the destination fee or dealership markups. Also, the van may qualify for tax incentives.
The IRS $7,500 Qualified Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicles Federal tex credit would bring the price down to about $47,000. That would make the VW ID. Buzz cheaper than the Volkswagen Atlas.
According to CNET, the Atlas is currently the largest option in the VW lineup. The Atlas can seat up to seven passengers, but the third row is a little tight. It’s a kid-only zone back there. The ID. Buzz features seating for up to seven.
How is VW ID. Buzz pricing calculated?
The pricing for the 2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz is an estimated guess based on its price in Germany. In Germany, the ID. Buzz Pro, which is the passenger model, starts at 64,581.30 euros.
The price drops to 56,606.30 euros after applying Germany’s environmental incentives. This seems pretty expensive, but the ID Cargo will be available too. It’s a less expensive delivery vehicle.
If you convert currency, then it comes to about $60,000 USD, but the electric van could be more expensive in Germany due to the 19 percent Value Added Tax (VAT). Plus, pricing may vary based on which models and powertrain options we get in America.
We’re still waiting to see what standard equipment will come with the VW ID. Buzz and if we will only get the long-wheelbase model.
The Volkswagen ID. Buzz will have a staggered release globally. So Germany will get it first, and we will have to wait a little longer to get in America. But we hope to get behind the wheel by the end of 2024.
What do we know about the VW ID. Buzz?
The 2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz should have a range of up to 275 miles. This is alright, but we would be a little more excited if it could reach up to 300 or 350 miles. Also, the American version could have all-wheel drive.
Germany could have a five-seat model, but the American models should have seating for up to six or seven passengers. The Volkswagen ID. Buzz Microbus is an all-electric vehicle that serves as a luxurious family option.
In Europe, the ID. Buzz cranks out 201 hp and 229 lb-ft of torque. The AWD model might have more power. It has enough speed to easily merge into traffic and pass others on the highway. The top speed is electronically limited to 90 mph.
We will keep you updated as more information emerges. We’re pretty excited to see how spacious the van is and how it rides.