Built on Volkswagen’s MEB electric vehicle architecture—the modular electric drive matrix—it marries the strengths of a purpose-built EV with performance, packaging and value, features that have marked the brand for decades.
The ID.4 competes in the world’s largest market segment—compact SUVs—and is currently produced in Germany and China; it is slated to begin assembly in 2022 in the United States at the Chattanooga, TN plant.
The ID.4 offer structure is simple—four trims and one package. The entry-level Pro model is well equipped, with features typically found on higher trims baked in for added value. Pricing starts at $39,995 MSRP for the rear-wheel-drive Pro model, before a potential Federal tax credit of up to $7,500.
For highly qualified customers through Volkswagen Credit, the monthly lease payment for a 36-month lease (with 10,000 miles a year) is $379 per month with $3,579 due at signing, excluding tax, title, license, options and dealer fees.
The ID.4 AWD Pro carries a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $43,675, lower than any other AWD BEV on sale today.
Pro S models are priced from $44,495 for rear-wheel drive and $48,175 for all-wheel drive, adding standout styling elements, along with creature comfort and convenience features. A Gradient Package is available for $1,500, and includes larger wheels and further design differentiators.
A special ID.4 1st Edition model was available at launch, and has since sold out.
Priced at $43,995, this rear-wheel-drive model combined Pro S and Gradient features with a handful of unique design elements.