Volkswagen will bring the I.D. Buzz Cargo to the LA Auto Show with a twist.     

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As opposed to just being a regular ol' cargo van, as it was when originally announced, it'll have a purpose in LA.   

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It's been gussied up to play the role of a support vehicle for VW's also-electric I.D. R Pikes Peak race car.     

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The I.D. Buzz Cargo only has a single 201-horsepower electric motor on the rear axle, but VW notes that a second can be added up front to give it all-wheel drive.     

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Inside, there's a sorting system for spare parts and everything else a race car might need on a race weekend. 

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It's limited to 99 miles per hour, and depending on the battery pack's size (multiple are available), the range is estimated to be between 200 and 340 miles.

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It'll be a while before this van becomes a reality, though.

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VW says that if it were to enter production, it wouldn't do so until 2022 at the earliest.

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The cabin is pretty similar to the original I.D. Buzz, although its materials appear a bit more durable, since it's a cargo van and all.     

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