2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Shows Innovative Minimalist Interior

2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Shows Innovative Minimalist Interior

The cabin aligns with the design philosophy the ID.3 hatchback brings.

Volkwagen has recently released several images of the interior of its first all-electric SUV and the second ID-family vehicle.

“Freedom on the outside, free space on the inside”- by these words the company characterizes the Volkswagen ID.4‘s interior. Inside, the model is a modern, very spacious, feel-good lounge.

The ID.4 1ST and ID.4 1ST Max limited-edition models will come in Platinum Grey and Florence Brown colors, with the steering wheel and column, the display’s housings and door control panels finished in trendy Piano Black or purist Electric White.  

The door handles lie flush with the body and come with electric unlocking. The occupants can benefit from large door openings and a high seating position.

A rear seat bench offers as much space as a SUV of a higher category. The luggage compartment takes 543 liters (19 ft3) with the rear seats upright.

The interior highlights are a floating dashboard that brings “the intuitive operability “, and a big tilting panoramic sunroof made of glass (optional).

The background lighting is adjustable within 30-color spectrum. Volkswagen has logically designed the entire display and operating concept with a straight-forward character.

A new feature for all ID vehicles is a light strip below the windscreen supporting drivers with intuitive lighting effects in different colors depending on a situation.

The ID. Light gives the driver braking prompts and guides him/her through traffic; signals that the drive system is active, or the vehicle is unlocked/ locked, or about incoming phone calls.

The sporty front seats in the ID.4 1ST Max (debuts in Germany at the market launch) bear the seal of approval by the German Campaign for Healthier Backs (AGR). They come with a choice of electrical adjustments, a built-in massage function.

The two limited edition ID.4s offer seat covers made from animal-free microfiber materials – leatherette and ArtVelours, which consists of nearly 20 percent recycled PET bottles.

Volkswagen will introduce the ID.4 electric crossover in late September. The first deliveries to customers should begin by the end of 2020. The model is the first MEB-based Volkswagen in America.

With a claimed range of up to 310 miles (499 km), it will challenge to the Kia Niro EV, Tesla Model Y, Hyundai Kona Electric.

A $100 refundable deposit will be taken for reservation of a vehicle short after the model debuts. VW plans to launch the ID.4 in Europe, China and later in the United States.

Source: Volkswagen

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