VW ID.4 Max comes in at prices starting at £ 48,510. in the sale
Volkswagen’s sporty new version of the ID.4 electric SUV – the GTX – is available now in the UK with prices starting at £ 48,510. The faster model will be available in two variants, with the standard GTX model being complemented by the more fully equipped GTX Max.
Both cars have 295 horsepower, which allows them to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.2 seconds and accelerate to a top speed of 180 km / h. This means that the large SUVs accelerate faster than a Golf GTI Hot Hatchback.
The two cars also come with the same 77 kWh battery as the ID.4 Pro Performance models, allowing the GTX to travel 301 miles between charges. The GTX Max is a little less efficient and can do 391 miles on a single charge.
However, both have similar charging capabilities, with a 125 kW fast charger adding 199 miles of range in 30 minutes. Charging to 80 percent on a CCS charging station takes 38 minutes, while charging the battery on a 7.2 kW home charger takes around 12 hours and 40 minutes.
In addition to the environmentally friendly electric drive, the GTX models all have a sports chassis and sophisticated power steering that is supposed to “sharpen handling”. The GTX Max also receives the adaptive dampers Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC), with which the driver can adjust the suspension characteristics to his taste.
In exchange for your £ 48,510, the GTX comes with a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a reversing camera, and a heads-up display with augmented reality. The basic model is also equipped with keyless entry and start as well as LED matrix headlights.
If you upgrade to the GTX Max, the price will go up to £ 55,540, but you get heated sport seats with massage and 12-way electric adjustment. You also get three-zone climate control and driver assistance technology, including a 360-degree area view camera that gives you an overview of the car and its surroundings. In addition, the GTX Max has a panoramic sliding roof and a heat pump for additional efficiency in the temperature control of the car.
“The ID. Family continues to grow,” said VW UK ID. Product Manager for family products. “The ID.3 is well established with British customers, the ID.4 – no less the World Car of the Year 2021 – is on the rise, and now The ID.4 GTX has arrived to add sporting intentions to the mix, all of which will be shipped to customers as net carbon neutral products.
“In addition, the ID.4 GTX Max is now the top of the ID.4 range and combines the sustainability of the ID. Family, the practicality and user-friendliness of the ID.4, the dynamics and performance of the new GTX line as well as all the amenities that the model has to offer in one overall package. He is another brilliant all-rounder in today’s Volkswagen line-up. “