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Volkswagen has been toying with bringing the notorious Microbus back underway for some time now, and it appears it’s at last going to happen. VW’s CEO Herbert Diess affirmed that the organization will begin creation of the Microbus.
“Enthusiastic autos are essential for the brand,” Diess disclosed to Auto Express. “We are offering heaps of Beetles still, especially in US markets. However, we will likewise have the Microbus that we appeared, which we have as of late chosen we will manufacture.”
The Microbus was a beloved vehicle of the hippy generation and fans of the old classic have been waiting for it to reappear on the market for years now. It seems like the wait is finally coming to an end thanks to a new series of electric vehicles Volkswagen is developing using the Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB) platform.
The Microbus will be brought back as part of the I.D. Buzz range of electric vehicles. The concept was debuted at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show and Diess’ statement is the first official confirmation that it will actually go into production.
Even though we have confirmation that the Microbus is returning with a modern look, VW’s range of electric vehicles that use the MEB platform won’t debut until 2020. The manufacturer plans to release an electric hatchback first before it produces the Microbus. It’s a long wait, but when it finally arrives the new Microbus will reportedly have a range of around 300 miles and the ability to charge up to 80% in less than an hour.