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VW just released details of the 2025 VW ID. Buzz’s US trims


The 2025 US ID. Buzz’s range and pricing will be divulged closer to launch, but in the meantime, VW tells us all three trims will only be offered with a 91 kWh battery. RWD models will have 282 horsepower, and 4Motion AWD models will have maximum horsepower of 335. VW hasn’t yet said whether the ID. Buzz will come with a charger, and performance details haven’t been shared.


The US ID. Buzz features three rows, unlike the European version, which has two rows and a shorter wheelbase.


Volkswagen has yet to announce the price of each trim. Since the US version of the ID. Buzz won’t be built in the US, it won’t qualify for the $7,500 IRA tax credit. However, the German automaker states on its website that it anticipates “that Volkswagen Credit will offer an EV Lease Bonus based on the federal tax credits available at the time of lease.”


Pro S models will be available in RWD only, with a bench seat to accommodate up to seven passengers. Pro S Plus and 1st Edition models offer RWD and AWD configurations.


On Pro S Plus RWD models, bench seating is standard, with an available captain’s chair package with seating for six. RWD 1st Edition models only offer a rear bench. Captain’s chairs come standard on Pro S Plus and 1st Edition 4Motion AWD models.


Tech specs that come standard for all ID. Buzz trims include a 12.9-inch infotainment display, a 5.3-inch ID. Cockpit digital instrument cluster, 30-color ambient lighting, ID. Light driver support system, wireless phone charging, and wireless App-Connect.


Volkswagen’s IQ.DRIVE advanced driver assistance technology is also standard and features hands-on semi-automated capability, including driver-initiated lane changes where the vehicle can complete a lane change maneuver with Travel Assist activated. All ID. Buzz models feature Park Assist Plus with Memory Parking.


The 2025 VW ID. Buzz will launch in the US in 2024. There won’t be a reservation system, so you’ll have to keep an eye out for when they arrive at your local dealer.

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