Volkswagen’s 201-bhp electric buggy can run up to 250 km with cargo!
Inspired by the success of the 1960s, the concept presented at the Geneva Motor Show makes it 0- 100 km / h in 7.2 seconds.
Its top speed is electronically limited to 160 km / h. Volkswagen continues to present its exciting concepts as the basis of the electrification plan of its line for the next few years.
After a famous model and even a Van (Volkswagen ID Buzz) was driven with electricity, the automaker revealed an ID Buggy at the Geneva Motor Show, which runs until the 17th in Switzerland.
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The first teaser of the model was released earlier this year, but only now the car first appeared and had its details revealed.
Using the same modular platform for electric as the previous concepts, the electric buggy has a 201 horsepower electric motor.
According to the automaker, the model can go from 0 to 100 km / h in 7.2 seconds.
With a top speed limited to 160 km / h, the Buggy ID has a maximum range of 250 km.
Volkswagen says the model is designed for short distances but can be very active. It was created to have resourcefulness on off-road terrains, like trails and even dunes.
Inspired by the 1960s model The inspiration for creating the prototype came from the first handcrafted buggies in the United States during the 1960s.
The modernity of its energy medium, the vehicle shows its “root” side by having no doors and no ceiling – its interior is waterproof.
Despite the rustic inspiration, the model has a fully digital panel and LED lights, including the Volkswagen logo, has lighting of this type.
The electric buggy can take two people sitting. Volkswagen ID Buggy even Has LED Lights.
According to the automaker, the vehicle may be an option for start-ups that need customized cars.