VWoA says its American-assembled 2023 ID.4 BEV comes with either a rear-drive-only 62-kWh battery pack at $38,790 (includes destination) dubbed the ID.4 Standard or a 82-kWh battery ID.4 Pro for $43,790. That’s for starters.
The Standard’s range is 208 miles, whereas the rear-drive’s Pro is 275 (255 with optional all-wheel drive).
The Chattanooga built ID.4 arrives at dealers this fall. VW plans three trim levels and optional AWD. The top-line S Plus starts at $55,290. All ID.4 models have 12-inch infotainment screens. New interior bits, such as stitched materials, lend an upscale look and feel. Some trims let you pick black or white steering wheels.
VWoA claims sluggish sales of the 2022 ID.4 were due to supply problems. It expects monthly production of the USA-built ID.4 to reach 7,000.