Volkswagen premiered its all-electric 1962 combi in California with a 120 hp engine and 173 torque.
Combi, a Volkswagen car icon in the 60's, revived these days in the United States, but with a completely electric version.
At an event at the California Innovation and Engineering Center in Belmont, this 1962 microbus was shown with an electric motor and a battery.
This new bead has a 10kWh battery that drives a 120-horsepower engine and 173 foot-pound torque.
Combi inside is very new
But the novelty of this new Kombi does not end there, as they contained a touch screen with information and entertainment systems and the analog speedometer was replaced.
It also has a face recognition technique that opens the door.
The wheels on their side are worked in combination with Autodesk and have a new orange spindle shape.