Volkswagen ID.4 Certifies 250 Miles of Autonomy Ahead of Competition

The US Environmental Protection Agency officially confirmed the new Volkswagen SUV’s EPA autonomy figures that will soon hit the market. The ID.4 gets a range of 250 miles for both the 1ST version and the Pro S.

The German SUV created on the MEB electric modular platform released by the ID.3 has in these versions an 82 kWh battery (77 kWh available to the user).

MPGe (km/liter equivalent) is a metric used by the North American body, based on the energy content used to compare between different vehicle and fuel technologies.

The Volkswagen ID.4, which is being assembled at the German factory in Zwickau, is a global electric car (it will be manufactured and sold in the three main world markets: Europe, China, and the United States).

The ID.4 is 4.58 meters long, standing between the Tiguan (C-SUV) and Tiguan Allspace (D-SUV). However, its interior space is equivalent to that of the second.

Comparison with the competition

In the United States, electric SUVs are dominated by the Tesla Model Y Long Range Dual Motor. This model has 30% more range for each charge, thanks to a consumption of 168 Wh/km. The most powerful model in Tesla’s Y-range, Performance, which stays at 326 miles EPA.

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