New VW Beetle: Electric and Animated!

Would the Beetle Reappear with an ID?

Volkswagen has been busily introducing its ID. series in the cinematic industry, with the ID. Buzz featuring in an advert for Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi. The electric ID. 4 was also includedin Marvel’s Ant-Man realm incorporating a scaling technology (not given in the final market product).

The newest movie venture from VW is “Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie,” which was made possible through a collaboration between co-producers Zag and Mediawan Kids & Family. Set in the city of Paris, the automaker is bringing four cars from the ID. Series, including a “concept car electric Beetle.”

Not much info was revealed concerning the idea behind it, as well as the trailer providing no insight at all. However, from glancing at the movie poster, we can notice that iconic VW automobile has returned in a fully electrical state since its termination back in 2019.

It appears we have now been graced with a new concept car from Volkswagen, this time in the form of an electric Beetle. This has been made available by the inspired creators from their design group.

Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie | Official Teaser Trailer | Netflix

The notion demonstrates the recognizable circular headlights without a grille, as it does not necessitate the same cooling as an internal combustion engine vehicle. It also seems to have transparent doors, which is something unlikely to be seen if Volkswagen intends to revive the emblem.

The Volkswagen ID. Buzz will be available for the public to behold in its two-tone Candy White and Vibrant Lime Yellow coats. The electric-powered minivan recently launched in America with a long wheelbase, seating up to three occupants concurrently. Joining the ID.Buzz are the ID.Vizzion Concept and ID.4, providing an impressive triumvirate array of EVs.

“From the get-go of this remarkable journey of the movie, partnering with Volkswagen seemed like a no-brainer. Our two companies share many of the same values. It is our responsibility as producers to spread the message of a brighter future,” stated Aton Soumache and Emmanuel Jacomet, the producers of the film.

“Working with my creative team was a blast, as we adapted Volkswagen’s iconic vehicles to the world of Miraculous, making sure they blended in perfectly with both the movie and the Parisian atmosphere. Ladybug and Cat Noir are symbols of this new generation, and the vehicles featured in the film reflect that modernity. It was very important to me to get across a key point: taking care of the environment is essential if we want to make tomorrow a better world,” said Jeremy Zag, director of the movie.

We’ll be able to witness more of the Beetle EV concept when “Miraculous: Lady Bug & Cat Noir, The Movie” hits theaters around the world from July 5. Additionally, Netflix users will be able to stream the animated superhero movie on the platform from July 28, 2023.

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