Presales of Volkswagen ID.4 Start by Mid-February in Europe and USA

Presales of Volkswagen ID.4 Start by Mid-February in Europe and USA

Presales of additional Volkswagen ID.4 models will now begin by the middle of this month in around 30 European countries and the Unites States of America.

Presales of the special edition ID.4 1ST have already taken place.


Deliveries to customers start from March in Europe, China, the USA. With the MEB-based ID.4, Volkswagen is expanding its EV range to the compact SUV class.

The company hopes to deliver well over 100,000 ID.4s in 2021. 17,000 incoming orders have been already received.

2/3 of the deliveries planned for this year will go to Europe, 1/3 to China and the USA. The vehicle will come to Chinese customers in two variants – ID.4 CROZZ and ID.4 X.


Volkswagen has already started series production of the model in Zwickau (Germany), Anting and Foshan (both in China), and plans to begin making the ID.4s next year in Chattanooga (USA) and Emden (Germany).

The new 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 starts at €38,450 in Germany ( ID.4 Pure Performance incl. 19 percent VAT). The Germans can apply for a €9,000 net grant.


The ID. 4 is available in two battery sizes (net): 52 kWh allowing up to 348 km (216 mi), and 77 kWh – up to 522 km (324.4 mi) of range (WLTP).

There are two performance levels at launch – 125 kW (170 PS / 168 bhp) and 150 kW (204 PS / 201 bhp).

At full power, the ID.4 accelerates from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 8.5 seconds achieving a top speed of 99.4 mph (160 km/h), electronically regulated.

The  ID.4 GTX sporty top model with four-wheel-drive will follow in the course of the year.

All Volkswagen ID.4s come with a Discover Pro navigation system and We Connect Start online services as standard.

The ID.4 Tech and ID.4 Max top models feature an augmented reality head-up display. The IQ. DRIVE assistance systems provide comfort on short and long trips.

Source: Volkswagen

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