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Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche’s 75th Anniversary

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Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz vans on display at Netherlands dealerships to mark Porsche’s 75th anniversary.

The ID.Buzz wearing the Porsche Renndienst livery will appear at eight dealerships alongside a matching Taycan Sport Turismo.

Promotional concept pays tribute to the first VW vans “Bulli” that Porsche used to support its racing teams in the 1954 Mille Miglia race.

Different versions of the Volkswagen vans were used by Porsche to transport its racing teams, spare parts and race cars.





Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Starting this month, a Volkswagen ID.Buzz vans wearing the Porsche Renndienst (German for “Race Service”) livery will appear at eight dealerships in The Netherlands alongside a matching Taycan Sport Turismo as part of activities to mark Porsche’s 75th anniversary celebrations.

The new promotional concept comprising 8 custom-made Porsche Renndienst-inspired ID.Buzz electric vans pays tribute to the first Volkswagen vans “Bulli” that Porsche used to support its racing teams in the 1954 Mille Miglia race.

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh





Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Since then, different versions of the Volkswagen vans were used by Porsche until the 1970s to transport its racing teams, spare parts as well as some of its most important race cars.

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

While the van versions were used to carry spare parts and served as taxis as well as makeshift hotels for Porsche team, the pickup version were used for transporting its race cars, including the 904, 908, 910, and 917.

Porsche also showed off its Porsche Vision Renndienst idea in 2018 before unveiling concept version of the family-friendly van in 2000. Another version with a reconfigurable interior intended to be pair with self-driving tech was showed off in 2021.

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

Porsche-branded Volkswagen ID.Buzz Displayed At Dealerships To Mark Porsche's 75th Anniversary - autojosh

The first series production of the retro-styled battery-electric Volkswagen ID. Buzz began rolling off the assembly line last June at the automaker’s third electric vehicle plant in Hannover, Germany.

Starting at $69,084, deliveries of the Volkswagen ID. Buzz are expected to start in late 2023. The base model, with an 82 kWh battery-pack allows a range of 424 km (261 miles) on full charge.





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