77 kWh in the battery. The ID.4 GTX is an all-rounder that can confidently tackle even long journeys. Its battery has a net energy content of 77 kWh and weighs 486 kilograms. The battery housing is made from aluminium profiles and a strong frame and contains twelve battery modules, each of which integrates 24 cells with flexible exterior shells. A base plate with integrated water channels regulates the temperature of the modules. Volkswagen guarantees that the battery will still have at least 70 percent of its original capacity after eight years or a mileage of 160,000 km.
Charging ecosystem. In the context of its We Charge concept, Volkswagen offers a universal package for convenient, connected and sustainable charging for electric cars. This offers the ideal solution for any situation – whether on a long journey, out and about, or at home. The We Connect ID. app provides simple access to the charging ecosystem.
Rapid charging with direct current. With We Charge, Volkswagen customers can access one of Europe’s largest networks, which currently has more than 200,000 charging points. Using the standard Mode 3 cable, the ID.4 GTX charges with alternating current (AC) with an output of up to 11 kW. At a DC quick-charging station, like those offered by IONITY, it can be recharged ready for the next 300 km in around 30 minutes (according to WLTP) – with a charging power of up to 125 kW. Volkswagen is investing heavily in Europe’s quick-charging network and is working with its partners to create a network of 18,000 charging points by 2025.
The ID. Charger for charging at home. ID.4 GTX owners can charge their vehicles in their own garage using Volkswagen Naturstrom, which is generated from certified sources. The charging process is even more convenient with the ID. Charger. The wall box is available in three versions, each of which can achieve a charging power of up to 11 kW. Both Naturstrom and the ID. Charger are provided by Elli, a member of the Volkswagen Group.