• There will be three trim versions and a First Edition of the 2025 Volkswagen ID. Buzz when it first comes out.
  • The Pro S Plus has a head-up display, a Harman Kardon radio, and possibly an all-wheel drive. The Pro S, on the other hand, only has rear-wheel drive and a bench seat that can fit seven people.
  • The First Edition, a limited release, features an electrochromic panoramic sunroof, a unique coastal-themed interior, and the option of either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. However, it is only available in two distinct color schemes, adding to its exclusivity.

After much anticipation, the 2025 Volkswagen ID. Buzz, the highly awaited successor to the electric Microbus, is set to debut in the US this fall. While the exact date is yet to be confirmed, VW has announced that it will be available in three trim levels, sparking excitement among enthusiasts.

When it comes out, the Volkswagen ID. Buzz 2025 will have a first version and two trim levels

Three different cuts

The US-market ID. Buzz will have an 86.0-kWh battery that will power either a single 282-hp motor for the back wheels or a twin 335-hp motor system for all-wheel drive. This has been known for a while. We have yet to determine what their EPA scores will be, but we do know that all of them will have a 127.5-inch wheelbase and be able to fit three rows of seats. We now know about the three trim levels and combos of the car.

The Pro S will be the base model, and it will only have rear-wheel drive. 20-inch wheels, 30 customizable colors for the ambient lighting inside, a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, and a suite of driver-assistance technologies, such as memory-based self-parking, which saves the parking process for certain spots, are all standard. The Pro S also has a bench seat in the second row that can fit up to seven people.

You can get the Pro S Plus with either rear- or all-wheel drive. If you choose all-wheel drive, you’ll need second-row captain’s chairs, which means you can only fit six people. A head-up display, 700-watt Harman Kardon music, and a 360-degree video system are some of the better features that come with the Plus trim—the ID. Buzz also has a trailer hitch that can be retracted by hand, but how much it can pull still needs to be clarified. The available “flex board” makes a flat floor when the back seats are pulled down, and there is also an electrochromic panoramic sunroof that can be clear or opaque.

The 2025 VW ID. Buzz First Edition will only be available when it first comes out. It has the same standard features and powertrain choices as the Pro S Plus because it is built on that car. The First Edition also has 20-inch wheels, crossbars placed on the roof, and unique graphics. There must be a two-tone paint job, but the tailgate, motion-activated folding doors, and electrochromic glass are all standard. For the same reason, every interior has to be the Dune model, which has trim that looks like wood and light gray leatherette seating with clay-colored accents. VW says that closer to the ID, they will share more information, including prices. We can’t wait for Buzz to come out later this year.

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