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TechnikNews Weekly #241: VW ID. Buzz and Suzuki Across review

TechnikNews Weekly 241
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This week we have in TechnikNews Weekly again brought fresh things from the mobility sector for you. We have test reports on the new VW ID. Buzz and Suzuki Across released.

We have been reporting here since last year TechnikNews also with a focus on mobility. Two test reports accompany you this week. By the way: clocks already put forward one hour? Summer time is here. Clock comparison: 18 p.m., time for that TechnikNews weekly.

VW ID. Buzz: The Bulli in everyday testing

VW connoisseurs and many others know the classic VW Bulli. This is linked to the VW ID. Buzz is now on the market as a fully electric vehicle. The ID Buzz is relatively similar to the old original in terms of external dimensions. In the highest expansion stage, you also get fully electric sliding doors and a very large electric tailgate. The IQ.Light from Volkswagen and other well-known assistance systems that are known from the ID models are also installed. We were able to test it for a few days:

Suzuki Across: The first hybrid in the fleet

The Across was designed in cooperation with the Toyota RAV4, as Suzuki has not yet offered its own plug-in or even fully electric model, but this was necessary for fleet consumption in order to comply with EU requirements. Together with the family station wagon Swace, this is the most expensive and longest vehicle in the lineup. Read more about it in our test report:

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Do that TechnikNews-Ding together with a great team since 2015. Works in the background on the server infrastructure and is also responsible for everything editorial. Is fascinated by current technology and enjoys blogging about everything digital. In his free time he can often be found developing webs, taking photographs or making radio.

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