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Volkswagen Bulli

Volkswagen Bulli

Volkswagen Bulli interior

Volkswagen Bulli interior

Volkswagen Bulli interior

Volkswagen Bulli

Volkswagen Bulli
Make Volkswagen
Model Bulli
Concept year 2011
Production year -
Engine Electric

The Volkswagen Bulli concept was an evolution of the Microbus concept from 2001. In fact, despite the decade between the two vehicles, they are very similar in design in almost every single way.

The Bulli has the same two-tone paintwork - inspired by the original Samba bus - as the Microbus concept, and it also has the same slit-like headlights and wraparound greenhouse.

The Volkswagen Bulli is smaller than its predecessor, measuring in at 3.99 m in length, 1.75 m in width and 1.70 m in height. The wheelbase of 2.58 m is only slightly longer than that of a VW Golf.

The Bulli features seating for six, laid out in two rows of three. The rear seats can be folded flat to maximise the cargo area, or they can be transformed into a bed for the true camping experience.

A removable iPad in the centre console serves as a multifunctional touchscreen. Along with Internet-based applications and the media centre, it also handles phone and navigation functions.

Powering the Volkswagen Bulli is a 115 horsepower (85 kW) electric motor which is fed by a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery. This 100 percent electric drivetrain allows the Bulli to travel up to 186 miles (300km) before recharging. The top speed is limited to 87 mph, and the 0-60 mph run takes 11.5 seconds. The concept could also accommodate, as an alternative power source, one of Volkswagen's small displacement petrol or diesel direct injection engines.


Similar and related vehicles:
Volkswagen Microbus
Volkswagen Crafter Atacama
Volkswagen XL1
Volkswagen L1
Volkswagen EcoRacer



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