The feds have announced their official driving-range figure for, and the new is good for 250 miles. That’s for the 201-horsepower, rear-motor, rear-wheel-drive Pro and ID.4 First Edition, both of which use an 82-kWh battery pack. A 302-horsepower, dual-motor, all-wheel-drive variant will come later, and the range estimate for that version is not yet available.
The ID.4, which goes on sale in all 50 states early next year, carries an MSRP of $39,995 (before tax credits). Looking at similarly priced competitor EVs, the ID.4 seems well-positioned. The
When it comes time to recharge the ID.4, drivers will want to avail themselves of theon the Electrify America network. The ID.4 comes with three years of unlimited charging. When recharging at a DC fast-charging station with a 125-kW supply, says, the ID.4’s battery pack can go from 5 percent to 80 percent charged in 38 minutes. Using a Level charger, the ID.4 adds approximately 33 miles of range per hour.