A few days ago we showed you an unusual sighting for one of the prototypes of Volkswagen ID.BUZZ. The strange circumstances made one think of an agreed marketing operation, as it is today. Another example of the German electric minibus was photographed in an “unguarded parking lot”, but the strangest thing is that this time the lucky ones on site were also able to photograph the interior.
Regardless of how they did it, for the first time we can appreciate the details of the cabin, about which there was indeed a lot of curiosity. The configuration seems quite classic, with seats fiveand the obvious possibility of folding the rear seats to increase the trunk.
Note the solution of mezzanine, to create a single flat bottom with the backs. Indeed, the seats cannot collapse into the ground, as happens in other vehicles, probably due to the presence of the battery. The dashboard is also worth a look from afar, as it was more covered in the closer photos.
The side view confirms what has been seen from the rear, and also provides a view of the boarding platform, while providing insight into the design of the rear doors. Also interesting is the presence of folding tables on the front seatbacks.
The seats have a dual color scheme, with what appears to be a combination of leather and fabric but, unlike the ID.4, doesn’t feel very supportive. Finally, the dashboard is certainly nothing new for those familiar with Volkswagen electric cars, as it has exactly the same setup, with the small screen with the instruments behind the steering wheel, and the larger one in the center, with the usual shape with cut corners. In the lower part of the last photo we also see a more hidden detail: the typical pedals with the play-pause symbol.