Volkswagen ID. Buzz has confirmed that GTX is working

Volkswagen It plans to offer sporty versions of all its electric vehicles, even ID buzz People are movers

“We will continue to expand this brand and offer a GTX variant for each ID. Future models – from ID.3 to ID. Buzz, ”said Volkswagen ID’s head of sales and marketing. Family Silke Bagschik.

Volkswagen has never offered a high-powered version of its People Movers.

Ralph Brandstatter, CEO of Volkswagen Passenger Car, has previously confirmed that a production version of the high-performance ID.X concept will go into production as ID.3 GTX.

The German automaker also said that the ID.4 and ID.5 GTX models “give a glimpse of the appearance of other GTX models with new design accents in black and red”.

Volkswagen did not go into detail about the electric powertrain, output or performance potential for the upcoming ID. Buzz GTX, although it can borrow its dual-motor all-wheel drive powertrain from ID.4 and ID.5 GTX.

The ID.4 GTX and ID.5 GTX were unveiled in April 2021 and November 2021, respectively, and are both powered by a dual-motor all-wheel drive setup that produces 220kW of power and 460Nm of torque.

Volkswagen claims that the ID.4 GTX can do 0-100km / h sprint in 6.2 seconds, while the ID.5 GTX can do the same sprint in 6.3 seconds.

The claimed range for ID.X GTX is up to 500km according to WLTP testing, whereas the claimed range for the slicker body of ID.5 GTX is 512km.

ID.4 and ID.5 are basically the same car, but ID.4 has a more steep body where ID.5 is a ‘coupe SUV’ with rear window more steep.

Like ID.3 and ID. Buzz, they ride on Volkswagen’s dedicated MEB electric car architecture.

The latest update to ID.4 and ID.5 GTX brings, among other additions, more quality tools such as dual-zone climate control, more USB-C ports, privacy glass.

Regular Volkswagen ID.3 and ID.4 at this stage are not expected in Australia by the end of 2023 as huge demand in the Northern Hemisphere and lack of our CO2 targets have lowered our packing orders.

While the Volkswagen ID.4 GTX and ID.5 GTX are not locked in for Australia, a spokesman for Volkswagen’s local division said earlier that “there are no plans at this stage”.

Volkswagen ID. The Buzz People Mover is also not locally locked, although it is on Volkswagen Australia’s list of favorites.

ID. Buzz is available with a single-motor rear-wheel drive setup that produces 150kW and 310Nm. It also has a WLTP claimed range of 423 km.

Volkswagen recently announced that it had resumed round-the-clock operations at its flagship electric vehicle plant in Zwickau, Germany, after months of supply chain nightmares.

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