Volkswagen ID.4 electric crossover pricing announcedOctober 8, 2020
Volkswagen has published a price list for the electric Volkswagen ID.4. Like its sibling ID.3, the crossover will make its first appearance in the 1st edition before the end of the year.
Volkswagen ID.4 will initially be designated 1st and 1st Max. This is one version less than the ID.3, because the hatchback is also available as 1st Plus. Both introductory versions of ID.4 are based on the most expensive Pro Performance package with a 204-horsepower engine, which acceleration time to 100 km/h is 8.5 seconds, and a 77 kWh battery, providing a range of 501 km.
The difference between 1st and 1st Max is mainly in the hardware. The most affordable ID.4 currently, Volkswagen ID4 1st, costs 47,340 euros. For this amount, the buyer will receive an ID.4 with LED circular lighting, 20-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, heated seats, a 10-inch touchscreen on the dashboard, the ability to connect to the We Connect app and decorative lighting that can be customized thirty colors. In terms of safety, this version includes Lane Assist, parking sensors, a reversing camera and adaptive cruise control.
The ID.4 1st Max offers LED lighting with a 3D effect, an almost continuous light strip in the front and a matrix LED high beam. In addition, this version gets even larger wheels (21 inches), a fixed glass panoramic roof, a 12-inch touchscreen and a head-up display. Keyless entry, an additional climate control zone, massage seats and a hands-free electric tailgate are also standard. All this luxury costs 56,940 euros.
For comparison, Volkswagen ID.3 1st costs 37,990 euros, and ID.3 1st Max costs 49,490 euros. Unlike what we’re used to at Volkswagen, there are no additional options on the ID.4 1st besides colors. This simplifies the ordering process as well as the production and delivery process.
Those who think it is too expensive will have to wait until next year when the regular ID.4 versions will be available with an expected starting price of around 38,000 euros. However, it should be borne in mind that these models will also receive a smaller battery: the entry-level ID.4 has a battery with a capacity of about 52 kWh.
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