Ten seconds is all Volkswagen is willing to give us at the moment.
Last week, the automaker took to YouTube to unveil a 10-second teaser of what's believed to be the next generation of the Volkswagen Microbus, which will be unveiled at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in las Vegas last week.
If you blink, you'll miss ultra-tight, zoomed-in close-ups of the Microbus in this teaser video. MotorAuthority.com is additionally reporting that the concept Microbus will tout VW's all-electric powertrain — something that's expected in the actual production model of the vehicle down the road as well.
For whatever it's worth, accompanying the video is a YouTube description also alluding to the vehicle's connectivity as well.
"The Internet of Things is making our cars more and more intelligent," the description reads. "We'll show you just how helpful this can be in your mobile life from 6 to 9 January 2016 at the world's leading trade fair for innovative technologies in Las Vegas."
Just before news of VW's messy emissions scandal broke this past September, the automaker had announced plans to roll out with 20 electric cars and plug-in hybrids by 2020, so an all-electric Microbus would fit those plans.
Still in the midst of its emissions scandal and having to make 11 million faulty diesel vehicles comply with emissions regulations, it does seem like VW is working towards phasing out diesel vehicles in exchange for electric in the future.
This news also comes a week after Tesla CEO Elon Musk suggested that Volkswagen abandons its plan to recall and repair affected diesel vehicles as a result of its emissions crisis in exchange for a transition to zero-emissions cars.