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Welcome The 2022 Volkswagen ID.4: In-Depth Review

A few years ago, the People’s car threw down the gauntlet into the raging electric vehicle war, with a promise to offer “electric vehicles for millions, not millionaires.” Last year, Volkswagen launched its first all-electric vehicle, the VW ID.4.

The Volkswagen ID.4, built on the VW’s MEB platform, is a compelling electric crossover SUV that can easily stand up to many gas-powered alternatives out there, whether in performance, comfort, or convenience features. This German automaker’s first electric vehicle sports a spacious and modern cabin with sleek styling and exciting driving dynamics. It is as practical as its gas-powered sib, the Tiguan. It also affords more posh elements and more updated tech features. With the ID.4, VW has successfully made an electric car for the people that will also set the pace for the next VW EVs.

If you’re an eco-minded shopper looking to lease a VW that perfectly blends the traditional VW values with futuristic touches, the Volkswagen ID.4 lease deal is the perfect choice for you.

Powertrain & Performance

The VW ID.4 started with a single rear-mounted electric motor with 201 horsepower and 229 lb-ft of torque. The 2022 VW ID.4 came with a dual-motor model that pumps out 295 horsepower and 339 lb-ft of torque. While the standard single motor pairs with an RWD, the new dual-motor pairs with an all-wheel-drive system.

While the new 2022 Volkswagen ID.4 isn’t your typical good off-roader, it is an ideal electric crossover for family-minded shoppers who want an electric SUV that can efficiently run family errands and take the whole family on some adventure.

This VW’s electric crossover offers decent handling. It delivers a smooth and refined ride quality and excellent driving dynamics, thanks to the low-mounted battery pack improves the center-of-gravity over most traditional SUVs.

Fuel Economy

EPA estimates the 2022 VW ID.4 with the standard single motor RWD to return 97-99 mpge, depending on the trim, while the dual-electric motors get 93-97 mpge.

Range & Charging

While every I.D4 uses an 82.0-kWh battery pack, capable of pushing this electric crossover to up to 260 miles per charge, the specific driving range depends on the trim level and the electric motors. Models with the standard single-motor RWD powertrain have a driving range per charge of 250-260 miles. In contrast, the new dual-motor AWD powertrain gets 240-249 miles.

Charging the new Volkswagen electric crossover can be done either at home with a 110- or 240-volt or public station and DC fast charger. The new ID.4 can go from 5 to 80% charge in less than 40 minutes with a 125 kW charger.

Interior, Cargo

On the inside, while it sports a modern interior with high-tech features, the cabin does not offer so much passenger space at the rear seats. However, its cargo area is quite spacious, even better than what you get from most rivals.

Volkswagen stacked every ID.4 with a small digital gauge display behind the steering wheel, a standard 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with built-in navigation, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.


Every 2022 VW ID.4 has the latest VW’s active safety tech and IQ.Drive suite of driver-assist that features automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and so much more.

The VW ID.4 is the right small electric crossover for small families. It delivers in all aspects you can expect from the regular gas-powered family SUVs. To lease this SUV at the best bargain, contact VIP Auto,  1204 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305 https://viplease.com/.

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