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August 13, 2022 Comment (35) Had a yellow and green Bus in the 70s. My 3 Kids loved it better than our 3 cars, particularly for yearly camping. Should have kept it. Also loved the high seating position for great driving visibility! Great mileage when frequent gas war prices in LA were 19¢/gal !! Had a no-frills interior, – no power anything! Had a stick shift drive, took forever to heat up interior from rear air-cooled engine, took forever to climb hills – all the negatives that would be intolerable today! – yet I loved it and still remember it fondly! Reply It's disappointing we (the US) won't be getting the short wheel base version, it would have been the perfect replacement for my beloved xB. Reply I almost got to be part of the production team for this but unfortunately they turned down the job Reply Those days when cars were CARS will never come back. Now we have iPhone and alike. And majority of population supporting that shift. Reply It has a cup holder! What a mearvelous design! I'm buying it instantly! Reply The seats don't become a bed, so it's not a camper? OMG. Really? Reply And botch Reply Say "diamonds" one more time… Reply More delays from VW. Remember when they first announced this, folks? Was it 2017?? If they could actually produce an EV when they say they will that would be a good start. Reply Wow what a piece of crap Reply ill take the van in a gasoline form 😀 Reply I want the EU version…not the longer American version. Boo VW…let NA get the EU version. Reply No gas no buy Reply They should make a cabover version for folks who want three rows but also massive storage space and who don't mind the reduction in front crash safety. Reply Non removable 2nd row is a deal breaker for me – I'm a working musician with a full size concert harp plus sound equipment- Reply Dougs voice makes me think he giggles like the Pillsbury dough boy when you play with his nipples… Reply I want the short wheelbase version. It looks plenty big enough. Reply Meh. This should have been hybrid to be used for the same purpose as the old bus. They could have merged the two models as well then. Reply 7:00 Gloss black? Hard pass. Who in their right mind uses gloss black on anything in this century? Idiots, that's who. Reply The license plates are not correctly attached. The one with the Tüv seal has to go to the back and the other to the front. Reply I don't know how anyone watches this guy, his presentation style is nauseating & it's worse than it used to be. Reply This guy has Quentin Tarantino energy and i like it! Reply Volkswagen has released the starting price of the VW ID. Buzz electric minibus in Europe, and it is much more expensive than originally expected. It starts at £57,115 in the UK, equivalent to $72,000 USD. Electrek quoted. All I can say is wow that’s expensive and we’re supposedly getting a long wheel base version? So expect it to cost even more? No thanks VW. Put a turbo 2.0 in it from the Jetta and sell millions for 40k. No wonder Herbert Diess got ousted. Only the diehard fans will buy an 80k van Reply Hey man…BREATHE! And your overuse of the term " quirky" is annoying. Just my opinion. Which is worthless. But I doubt I'm the only one. Reply The original design looks way much better. So sad they chose to change it to this mini van look. Reply 9:15 I didn't understand what you explained there. So the outer shell stays the same or it'll be increased? Reply 23:46 that's the same storage or it's an additional one. Meaning can you access the same thing from top from driver or front passenger position or it's an additional compartment? Reply Unlike the Beetle, which died due to a market unfit for small cars, the Bus was able to fit amongst the SUVs of the modern car industry. If the Beetle were to return, it may end up being redesigned to be electric and it may be quite bigger than its classic and new counterparts, possibly around the size of Jay Leno's Huge Bug. Reply I would prefer the short wheel base. Reply my god this looks ugly…they just made a mini van. xD Reply Where are the AC vents in the back? Reply The best thing about a vintage Volkswagen is you don't have to buy your parts at the scumbag dealers Reply If you want a problem in your life by a modern Volkswagens the '70s models are good Reply Only a suckered would buy a modern vw. Vw= dump. Reply Fred and Velma got a new ride. Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.