With the ID.3, Volkswagen took e-Cars out of the niche and opened a new chapter in individual sustainable mobility. Now the story continues with the ID.4 SUV. The latest e-Model from the ID. family starts in the world’s largest market segment, the compact SUV class.
According to the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA), one in four people in Germany alone drives a vehicle in the compact class, one in eight a mid-size car, and already one in twelve an SUV. For all these people, the ID.4 may be their next car. Why? Because the Volkswagen brand’s first electric SUV pretty much disproves all preconceptions about e-Cars, offers many different usage options and is therefore likely to be attractive to a broad customer base.
The ID.4 is launched in Europe with two different edition models – the ID.4 1ST and the ID.4 1ST Max. In Germany, they cost 49,950 euros and 59,950 euros respectively (both with 19 percent VAT). Those customers are also entitled to a net subsidy of 9,000 euros each. This puts the ID.4 on a price level with the Tiguan – Germany’s most popular SUV.