VW Kombi electric vans coming to Australia in 2022
The iconic Volkswagen Kombi is one step closer to making a comeback on Australian roads.
The modern version of the 1960s hippie mobile – officially known for the time being as the I.D. Buzz – will play a leading role in the rollout of Volkswagen’s electric vehicle range due a little over two years from now.
While the Kombi name and the production design are yet to be formally unveiled, Volkswagen Australia has all but confirmed the new Kombi is coming.
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The special-edition Volkswagen Multivan Kombi 70 has been detailed ahead of its March launch, priced from $64,990 drive-away.
Limited to 120 units, the Kombi 70 is based on the Multivan TDI340 Comfortline, and comes exclusively with a DSG transmission.
The special model celebrates 70 years "since the conception" of the original Kombi van, adding a range of retro-styled equipment to celebrate the milestone.
A new Volkswagen ID concept will make its debut at the Detroit motor show in January, and this one will be yet another modern take on the iconic Kombi.
The automaker has released three teaser images for its forthcoming Detroit concept car, which will be a follow up to the ID Concept unveiled at the Paris motor show this year.