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The Volkswagen ID.4 range has been expanded – a model with a smaller battery and a sporty GTX


From today, it is possible to purchase a basic ID.4 model with a 55 kWh battery in Lithuania, which allows you to cover up to 340 km (according to WLTP) on a single charge. It will only cost from € 39,400 including VAT. A sporty all-wheel drive ID.4 GTX is also available, starting at € 54,255 including VAT.

The 4.58 meter long ID.4 is built on the Volkswagen MEB platform for electric cars only. It offers both space in the cabin and a higher-end SUV with an internal combustion engine. The minimalist interior is emphasized by luxurious finishing materials, button-free operation and the latest technology. Depending on the position of the rear seats, the boot holds between 543 and 1,575 liters of cargo. An optional towing hitch is available to tow a 1000 kg trailer with brakes (up to 12% uphill). The all-wheel drive GTX can tow a trailer weighing up to 1200 kg.

ID.4 offers state-of-the-art technology on the market: ID.Light’s intuitive assistant, an augmented reality projection screen that projects navigation directions and other important information on the road, a wireless interface between Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Volkswagen ID. owners will update the software remotely every three months. This will not only ensure the smooth and safe operation of the software, but will also be able to provide the car with new features – without even having to visit a dealership.

ID.4 with a 55 kWh battery will be offered with 109 kW / 149 hp and 125 kW / 170 hp engines and will be able to cover a distance of up to 340 km (according to WLTP) on a single charge.

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All ID.4 models come with a CCS charging socket that supports high-speed direct current charging. As standard, the maximum charging power will be 50 kW, which can be further increased to 100 kW.

The ID.4 GTX develops 220 kW / 299 hp[1] power and is the only model ID.4 with all-wheel drive. The 77 kWh battery allows you to cover 480 km (according to WLTP) on a single charge, depending on driving conditions, and supports a 125 kW high-speed charge that allows you to increase the distance covered by 300 km in 30 minutes.

ID.4, like all IDs. family models, manufactured and delivered in an environmentally neutral manner. If the owner uses green energy for charging, the electric car becomes environmentally neutral throughout its life.

ID.4 appeared in Lithuania at the end of March and attracted a lot of customer interest – currently it is the most popular test car in all the country’s representative offices.

[1] Maximum power is generated when the battery temperature is between 23 and 50 C and the charge level exceeds 88%

About Volkswagen:

Volkswagen is one of the most successful car manufacturers in the world. The cars of this brand are manufactured in 50 factories in 14 countries and sold in more than 150 markets worldwide. Volkswagen sold .3 million in 2020. cars. Volkswagen sold 5,102 cars in the Baltics last year and accounts for 9.6 percent. markets. Volkswagen’s vision is “Moving people and driving them forwards”. Volkswagen is constantly moving forward and expanding its car production capacity. E-mobility, smart mobility and digital brand transformation are key themes for the future.

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