VW Microbus or better known as the Kombi is the car that first produced by Volkswagen about 59 years ago, in September 1957, which during its circulation, these vehicles have become friends for millions of people around the world.
|VW I.D Buzz electric-powered car concept alongside with the famous VW T1 Microbus or known as Kombi. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1hnG3D)|
With the spirit of VW Kombi, the German giant car manufacturer is developing an electric car on the Modular Electric Drive (MEB) platform named Volkswagen I.D Buzz. And on the Consumer Electronic Show 2017 in Las Vegas, Volkswagen introduced these electric-powered car concept as the successor of VW Kombi in the modern-era.
|Front three quarter of VW I.D Buzz electric-powered car concept at the Detroit Auto Show 2017. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1hnG3D)|
Volkswagen I.D Buzz itself uses the electric engine that can accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h less than 5 seconds, with a maximum speed reaches 159 km/h. With such capabilities, the VW I.D Buzz is claimed to be able to travel as far as 400 to 600 km on a fully-charged battery state.
|Rear three quarter of VW I.D Buzz electric-powered car concept at the Detroit Auto Show 2017. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1hnG3D)|
This concept car itself has a front and rear weight distribution of 48:52 percent, thus providing a neutral control. The battery can be recharged through a cable or docking station that utilizes induction power that can be filled within 30 minutes.
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