Volkswagen reveals the price of an electric car and it scares people who like it

Volkswagen reveals the price of an electric car and it scares people who like it

Officially presented on March 9, ID.Buzz, popularly known as electric Kombi, finally its first price was revealed in Europe. And it’s totally salty. The Volkswagen website in the UK reported that just to reserve the new electric Kombi, parties will have to have US$ 2,500, equivalent to R$ 11,900.

The ID.Buzz has an 82 kWh battery under the hood, enough to give the reborn icon of the 1970s and 1980s a range of 321.8 kilometers on a charge. The pre-sale Kombi engine has a power of 204 horsepower. In addition, the model will be able to recharge from 5% to 80% of the battery in about 30 minutes.

The price of reserving an electric car will be equal to BRL 11,900 (Photo: Publicity/Volkswagen)

What is the price of an electric car?

Anyone who puts down a deposit of US$ 2,500 to reserve an ID.Buzz in the pre-sale, will have the right to buy this version of the electric car for $72,000. The amount is equal to R$ 344.3 thousand in direct exchange with the quote of June 1.

The price is higher than the European websites were predicting, which was around 50,000 US dollars (R$ 239.1 thousand).

The first ID.Buzz units are expected to begin shipping exclusively in Europe in the third quarter of 2022, and are expected to arrive exclusively in North America in early 2023.

So far there is no confirmation when the car will appear on the Brazilian market, nor how much it will cost here.

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