Until now 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Range Extended to 250 miles. That’s as published by the Environmental Protection Agency. But the EPA has released the second round of fuel-economy figures. And that increases the vehicle’s range.
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At this point, the ID.4’s range is trim-dependent. Because it’s a rear-wheel-drive electric vehicle currently. While all-wheel drive will eventually be an option. So the rear-wheel-drive 1st Edition and Pro S trims both have EPA ranges of 250-miles on a full charge.
Volkswagen ID.4 Range Extended
But the VW ID.4 Pro, with rear-wheel-drive, receives an EPA estimated range of 260-miles on a full charge. Moreover, by all experts, we’ve spoken with the EPA estimated range is conservative. To be clear, as a full tank of gas in a fuel combustion vehicle, the range will vary. Ultimately factors like driver demands, weather, HVAC usage, passengers and more, all help determine how far a car goes. Regardless of the car using an electric or fuel combustion motor.
But the extra 10-miles of EPA estimated range is significant for any vehicle over the course of its lifecycle. Accordingly, here’s how the VW ID.4 trims break down by EPA fuel economy. And remember, when we’re talking about fuel economy with electric vehicles it’s MPGe. That is to say ‘miles per gallon equivalent.’
VW ID.4 Range By Trim
1st Edition and Pro S with rear-wheel-drive: Estimated fuel economy is 104 MPGe in the city. And 89 MPGe on the highway. And the overall combined is 97 MPGe. Consequently, this results in the EPA estimated 250-miles of range.
Pro with rear-wheel-drive: Whereas the Pro trimmed ID.4 offers an estimated 107 MPGe in the city, 91 MPGe on the highway, and 99 MPGe combined. Thus the Pro trim Volkswagen ID.4 range extended to 260-miles on a full charge increase.
Three Year No Cost DC Fast Charging
All Volkswagen ID.4 trims include 3-years of free DC fast charging at any Electrify America location. To be clear, those are the public charging stations where ID.4’s battery can go from 5 to 80 percent charge in about 38-minutes.
The 2021 VW ID.4 Pro has a starting MSRP of $39,995. But that’s before a potential $7,500 tax credit. While Pro S has an MSRP of $44,495 and the 1st Edition’s MSRP is $43,995.
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