Two all-wheel-drive versions of the Volkswagen ID4 compact crossover received EPA range ratings approaching 250 miles, slightly less than the rear-wheel-drive models.
The AWD Pro model can travel an estimated 249 miles on a single charge, while the AWD Pro S model can go 240 miles. For the AWD Pro, that range computes to 102 MPGe city, 90 highway and 97 combined; for the AWD Pro S, the MPGe ratings come in at 98 city, 88 highway and 93 combined.
VW also offers the ID4 in rwd models. The longer-range Pro can travel an estimated 260 miles on a charge and has MPGe ratings of 104 city, 89 highway and 97 combined. The rwd Pro S has been rated at 250 miles.
Using a 125-kilowatt charger, the ID4 can be 80 percent charged from 5 percent in 38 minutes, according to Volkswagen.
The ID4 AWD Pro has a starting price of $44,870, and the AWD Pro S starts at $49,370, before a potential federal tax credit of up to $7,500. Both prices include shipping, and each trim carries a $3,680 premium over its rwd counterpart.
ID4 owners receive three years of unlimited charging for free at Electrify America's 2,700 DC fast chargers across the nation.