The new Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV has been unveiled ahead of going on sale later in the year.

Although it still wears a pre-production camouflage wrap, the design of the ID.4 is clear to see. As expected, it hasn’t changed much from the ID Crozz concept car that VW has shown in various forms over the past couple of years, with a look that’s more sleek crossover than boxy SUV.
2020 Volkswagen ID.4
The ID.4 will be part of a family of closely related pure electric VW cars based on its 'MEB' platform. Designed from the ground up to be used only for electric vehicles, the same underpinnings will be used for various VW Group models produced by Audi, Seat and Skoda.
2020 Volkswagen ID.4
First to arrive will be VW ID.3, which will go on sale in summer 2020. The ID.4 is essentially an SUV version of that car.

Volkswagen hasn’t revealed full details, but says that the rear-wheel drive ID.4 models available from launch will be joined by four-wheel drive versions that add an extra electric motor.

As with the ID.3, a range of different battery versions will be offered, with maximum range for the most powerful version up to 500km (318 miles). Prices haven’t been confirmed, but we’d expect them to start at just over £30,000.

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