2022 – Volkswagen ID. Buzz for Hollywood – May the Force be with you!

Star Wars is the entertainment franchise that keeps popping up. The last iteration is called Obi-Wan Kenobi, a multi-episode series now streaming on Disney+. To celebrate its launch, Volkswagen has teamed up with LucasFilm to create two one-off show cars based on identity. buzz. One of them is known as the Dark Side in honor of Darth Vader. uses an identifier. Buzz Cargo Van in two colors of black with red accents inspired by the Dark Knight costume and lightsaber. Its wheels and rear windows proudly bear the emblem of the Empire.

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The constant tension between good and evil means that if there is a dark side, there must be a light side, and there is. Based on the passenger version of ID. Buzz, finished in a light beige shade reminiscent of an Obi-Wan Kenobi jacket, its upper body features chrome inlays inspired by ships and robots. Blue accents represent the character’s lightsaber, and Rebel Alliance logos appear on the wheels and on the rear quarter windows.

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The final touch in the slot: “ID. Buzz is written in Aurebesh script. The interview wikipedia Aurebesh is a writing system used to write the Galactic Base Standard, the most widely used language in the galaxy. In the Outer Rim Territories, Aurebesh was sometimes used in conjunction with another alphabet known as Outer Rim Basic.

Volkswagen ID. buzz

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ID.Buzz was used in a promotional video earlier this month when Ewan McGregor, who plays Obi-Wan Kenobi in the new series, walked away in one while R2D2 and C3PO looked on. Both trucks are one-off, and there’s no indication that a Star Wars-inspired skin pack will be offered from the factory, which is a shame. These two graphics packages can be especially popular in the United States, where the interest in ID.Buzz is high.

In March, VOA President Scott Keogh hinted that Volkswagen might consider building it in the United States. “Demand has exceeded the limit, and we may have to act accordingly. You know, ID. Buzz is manufactured at our facility in Hannover, Germany and there is no announcement regarding the location of this vehicle. However, an opportunity can arise if the demand is higher than they can provide. Hanover.

things about them CleanTechnica Clubhouse is that we wish to ask for ID. Buzz goes beyond Volkswagen’s wildest dreams.



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