As for width, it is 77.9 inches broad, roughly inside the identical dimensions because the aforementioned VW Atlas. It’s nearly two inches narrower than the Chrysler Pacifica, which measures 79.6 inches. The Tahoe has an 81-inch wingspan, which doesn’t embody its mirrors. The ID.Buzz is 74.6 inches tall, 5 inches taller than the Atlas, 4.7 inches taller than the Chrysler Pacifica, and only one.4 inches shorter than the Tahoe. VW’s new EV van could also be taller than different seven-seaters, nevertheless it’s way more compact in total footprint.
Regardless that it’s formed like a loaf of bread (as are all good VW vans), the ID.Buzz is surprisingly aerodynamic, with a drag coefficient of 0.29. Along with the seven-seat commonplace configuration, six seats will likely be an choice, with captain’s chairs in all three rows. All of the rows fold flat on the within, and the third row could be taken out, identical to each minivan transformed to a contractor’s van.