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The new Volkswagen electric SUV offers a great way to enter the electric car market. The exterior of this all-electric SUV has a modern look and feel with sleek lines and large alloy wheels. The VW ID4 interior has a large, 12-inch touchscreen, a built-in infotainment system, and stylish upholstery. Under the hood, you’ll find a 62-kWh battery in the entry-level models that provides plenty of power to get you from A to B without recharge. The Volkswagen ID4 is available in 4 trims, each with unique features and engine configurations.
The VW ID.7 sedan is a sophisticated and aerodynamic mid-size electric four-door car perfect for families. It features a 15.0-inch touchscreen and a head-up display to show driver-centric info like vehicle speed and navigation instructions. Powered by a single electric motor, the sedan delivers 282 horsepower. The new ID.7 SUV has an 86.0-kWh battery pack and adjustable electric motors to regulate cabin temperature for an extended range. Plus, it has a glass roof that can switch between opaque and transparent.Join the Waitlist
The new VW electric vehicle, the ID. Buzz is built on its Modular Electric Drive (MEB) platform and features a single, rear-mounted electric motor that produces 201 horsepower and 229 pound-feet of torque. The dual-motor, all-wheel-drive option will offer 295 horsepower. The battery is larger than the 77-kWh pack that powers the European model and can be quickly charged from 5 to 80 percent in just 30 minutes when plugged into a DC fast charger.
The interior of the VW Buzz is highly customizable, boasting armrests, tables that fold out of the backrests for rear-seat passengers, and a removable center console between the front seats. Standard features include a 10-inch digital gauge cluster, and available options include customizable ambient lighting and massaging front seats. The standard setup includes three rows and seating for up to seven people, with a cargo area featuring an adjustable load floor and 40 cubic feet of storage space.Join the Waitlist
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The amount of time it takes to charge an electric vehicle (EV) varies depending on the type of charger and the speed at which the car can accept the power. Most vehicle charging takes place at home with either a Level 1 (120-volt) or Level 2 (240-volt circuit) charger, which can provide 2-5 miles range per hour and 12-24 miles range per hour, respectively.
If a long-distance drive occurs, a Level 3 (DC Fast Charger) can be used, which takes about 38 minutes to charge the car from 5 to 80 percent. However, charging can take longer due to temperature and the car's onboard converter, which can only handle a specific amount of power.
The Volkswagen ID battery pack contains 82 kilowatt-hours of energy, 5,500 times more than the average smartphone. This amount of energy could power a typical U.S. home, using 30.5 kilowatt-hours daily for two and a half days.
If you purchase a brand new, fully electric car, you could qualify for a tax credit of up to $7,500 from the federal U.S. government. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) could also be eligible for this credit.
The question of whether the EV tax credit is refundable has been on many people's minds.It turns out that for 2021 taxpayers filing as individuals, the maximum amount of the electric vehicle (EV) tax credit is $7,500. Unfortunately, this amount is typically not refundable.
A write-off is a tax deduction that reduces your taxable income, while the federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credit of up to $7,500 is a direct discount on taxes due. A $7,500 write-off would mean you pay $7,500 less in taxes than you would have otherwise; however, an EV tax credit provides much more savings since it's effectively a handout for up to $7,500. To maximize the benefits when buying an EV, make sure to look into the list of state EV incentives maintained by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).