The first five ID. Buzz Cargo that had been customised for Miele customer service are now in use. Miele will implement its first vehicles in customer service duty in Germany, Spain, Norway, Great Britain and Austria. Along with the special red paint that is representative of Miele, the company’s wishes for special features were implemented in these ID. Buzz Cargo vans in the framework of a joint development process between Miele, the conversion partner Würth and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.

The red ID. Buzz vehicles delivered to Miele

“The entire year has been dedicated to the ID. Buzz,” said Carsten Intra, CEO of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles. “I am pleased that the time has finally come for transferring the vehicle to our customers and having it run on the roads. For a long-term partner like Miele, who has been using our Bulli vans as its service vehicles practically from the start, we definitely wanted to present these first five ID. Buzz Cargo vehicles in person”.

“We set a goal of reducing the CO emissions of our vehicle fleet by at least 30 per cent by 2030,” explained Rebecca Steinhage, Executive Director Human Resources and Corporate Affairs at Miele. “The ID. Buzz is a great choice as an all-electric variant for our fleet, and we are already looking forward to receiving more ID. Buzz vehicles next year”.


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