2019 Volkswagen Bulli Redesign; Specs, Release Date
2019 Volkswagen Bulli Redesign; Specs, Release Date – The heir to the Bullie minivan will enter production in 2022 and be battery powered. Promises a habitability by reference thanks to the reduced dimensions of the electric powertrain.
Hippies and children of the flowers can celebrate and, with them, everyone loved the mythical transporter T1, affectionately nicknamed Bulli. The most popular minivan in Europe and the United States will return to life, decided to revive the splendors that, in the late ‘ 60, have made an icon of life on the road. Based on the electric concept I.D. Buzz, the second act of the Saga Zero Emissions VW I. D, will debut on the market in 2022 and is also proposed in a commercial variant.
2019 Volkswagen Bulli Redesign
The production of the new 2019 Volkswagen Bulli is fully part of the German manufacturer’s zero-emissions program, aimed at proposing over thirty electric models on the market and producing one million battery-operated vehicles by 2025. A project that assumes the hinge of the modular platform MEB, dedicated to the propulsion to zero emissions and base, although in XL configuration, also of the concept I.D. Buzz. The Bulli, according to the first rumors, will be 4.94 meters long, 1.98 meters wide and 1.96 meters high as well as equipped with two luggage bays and able to accommodate, almost certainly, up to eight people.
2019 Volkswagen Bulli Engine Specs; 2WD 268 Horsepower
Under the mechanical profile, as mentioned, the new 2019 Volkswagen Bulli could trace what is foreseen for the show car I.D. Buzz, allowing to opt for the rear or integral traction according to the driving conditions. I.D. Buzz that, in the version presented at the Detroit Motor Show, could count on 111 kWh rechargeable batteries at 80% in less than 30 minutes. “Drowned” in the floor so as to lower the center of gravity and not to subtract space in the cockpit, the accumulators supplied two zero-emission engines, one at each axle, carrying a dowry total power of 370 hp in addition to the 4WD Electronic management. The autonomy, as the reference, stood at 600 km according to the NEDC approval cycle, 434 km under real conditions of use. There was no lack of a more accessible 2WD version of 268 HP with 83 kWh cells.
Will be produced in Hanover
Destined for leisure and travel, the 2019 Volkswagen Bulli can count on a strong modularity of the interiors, reinforced by the possibility of rotating the front seats of 180 ° once activated the Autonomous Guide (level 3), transforming the cockpit into a living room or In a bedroom. Produced in the Volkswagen factory in Hanover – the same one that has realized the previous generations of T1 – and destined for the main world markets, that is to say, Europe, the States, and China will be a global minivan, in addition to the most anticipated cars of Future.