[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="550" caption="Volkswagen Bulli Bus concept is an upgraded version of the 1960's VW's iconic Microbus."][/caption]
The iconic Volkswagen Microbus design has received an automotive-design facelift, and then some. "Car of the future" may be an overused car-cliche, but this VW concept may truly be just that.
Unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show, the 'Bulli Bus' is a concept that Volkswagen-devotees are hoping will actually come into fruition. If Volkswagen sees this model through to production, the VW van will be popular with both the environmentally-conscious and techie crowds thanks to its electric-engine and tablet-friendly capabilities.
The sporty and stylish Bulli is equipped with an 85 kilowatt electric motor that will run an estimated 90 miles before needing to be recharged. It also takes tech-savvy design to a new level with all its key controls integrated into an iPad interface.
Watch the video below for a more in-depth look at what the Bulli has to offer:
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