VW showcases ID. Buzz, new ID. 5 SUV-coupé at 'Fully Charged Live'


"Fully Charged Live" is a clean energy and electric vehicle show in the UK which now attracts tens of thousands of participants and attendees, thanks to the growing demand and popularity of electric vehicles in the region.


  • What is the "Fully Charged Live" event?

    Fully Charged Live is an electric vehicle motor show which now attract tens of thousands of attendees and participants.
  • What were the other ID. models brought by Volkswagen?

    Aside from the ID. Buzz and the ID. 5, VW also brought its ID. 3 and ID. 4 EVs.
  • Volkswagen, alongside other car brands, was present at this year’s event which happened from April 29 to May 1.

    On display at Volkswagen’s booth was its full ID. lineup which includes the ID. 3 EV and ID. 4 EV, headlined by the recently launched ID. Buzz and the new ID.5 SUV-coupé.

    “Fully Charged Live is a must not only for anyone thinking about buying an electric vehicle, but also for the growing band of EV enthusiasts. This is a great opportunity to gather the information people need, helped by experts on hand, with an emphasis on having fun along the way. These ID. models — headlined by the dynamic new ID.5 and ID. Buzz — are sure to be top attractions at the event,” said Volkswagen UK Head of Marketing Sarah Cox.

    Fans were pleased to see the ID. Buzz at the event. The electrified VW minibus features the latest electric vehicle technology and majors in connectivity and sustainability.


    This year’s Fully Charged Live show also saw the ID. 5’s first public appearance. The SUV-coupé features a comprehensive set of equipment such as 19-inch Hamar alloy wheels, Matrix LED lights front and rear including 3D dynamic light signals, a full panoramic sunroof, and the Discover Max 12-inch infotainment display, from entry-level Tech trim upwards.

    “The ID. range has already made a big impression, with over 20 awards presented to the trailblazing models since their arrival in the UK. Highlights include the ID. 4 being named World Car of the Year in 2021, while the ID. Buzz most recently scooped Top Gear magazine’s ‘Electric Car of the Year 2022’ award,” said Volkswagen in a press release.

    “ID. models are produced with a net carbon-neutral footprint, and this carbon neutrality can be continued into the vehicles’ working lives if charged with renewable electricity,” the company added.

    Photos from Volkswagen

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