The GTX is the new flagship ID.4 model. Volkswagen is expanding its e-mobility campaign with a sporty flagship model: The ID.4 GTX is the new top-of-the-range model in the purely electric ID.4 model series. Its two electric motors – one on the front axle and one on the rear – combine to deliver a maximum output of 220 kW (299 PS) and work together as an electric all-wheel drive. The compact E-SUV ID.4 GTX will be launched in Europe in summer 2021. In Germany, it will start at an entry-level price of 50,415 euros, with customers being able to apply for a (net) subsidy of 7,500 euros.
Sustainable yet sporty. The abbreviation GTX is used to label the sporty top-of-the-range model in each ID. product line. Like GTI, GTE and GTD, it is its own product brand – enhancing Volkswagen's world of electric mobility with new, modern athleticism. The letters GT have long embodied driving pleasure, while the X is now forging a bridge to the mobility of tomorrow. Sustainability and sportiness are not mutually exclusive, but instead complement one another perfectly. The ID.4 GTX is set to be followed by further models with the new branding.
A milestone in the electric offensive. The ID.4 model series will be launched into the world’s largest market segment – the compact SUV class. As such, it marks a strategic milestone in the Volkswagen Group’s electric mobility campaign. Even last year, the Group managed to more than triple sales of its purely electric models and plans to become the global leader for electric mobility by 2025 at the latest. Its plans for the next five years include investments of around 46 billion euros in electric mobility and the hybridisation of its fleet, with the proportion of purely electric vehicles in Europe set to rise to up to 70 percent by 2030.
Eco-system of sustainable electric mobility. An entire ecosystem of sustainable electric mobility will be established around these new models. Customers opting for an ID.4 GTX will receive a car that has been produced in a carbon-neutral process and that is handed over with a carbon-neutral balance sheet. And if it is charged using sustainably produced electricity – such as Volkswagen Naturstrom – it will remain carbon-neutral on the road, too.