It is one of the first new generation electric minivans that has been put up for sale in Europe.
VW ID. Buzz at EuroNCAP, how safe is the electric minivan? It is one of the first new generation electric minivans that has been put up for sale in Europe, and in its beginnings it swept its production. Since last year it has already been on sale in the main European markets, and now it is subjected to EuroNCAP tests so that we can find out its level of safety.
Such has been the barrage of orders that a few months ago the brand hung the full poster. The planned production had been exceeded and the brand closed the orders. According to the brand, in October both the Pro and the Cargo variants had already obtained more than 20,000 firm reservations. The production of the Volkswagen ID. Buzz began in June of last year and in a few months it completed its forecasts of 15,000 units.
And going back to the crash test of the electric van, the model achieved five stars in the EuroNCAP tests. It gets the highest score, receiving 92% in adult safety, and 87% equally when it comes to child occupants. It protects pedestrians by 60% and receives a score of 90% in security systems.
What kind of tests have you faced? As usual, the electric model has been subjected to frontal impact, side impact and pedestrian tests, in addition to evaluating its different active safety systems. Volkswagen’s electric car has been vetted based on equipment with, among others, car-to-car emergency braking, occupant condition monitoring and lane assist technologies.