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Smelling the clean air in Georgia just got a little easier with the upcoming release of the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4. This long-awaited electric crossover has been teased for some time as a concept vehicle to bring a European-inspired interior that is clean and crisp. Contact us to learn more about when the new 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 will be available in Stone Mountain Volkswagen's showroom. You can also reserve one now so that you get your brand new Volkswagen ID.4 as soon as the shipment gets to our lot.
This family-friendly crossover is designed to be the electric vehicle for the masses, with an approachable design that is both exciting and sleek on the road. Expected to have many of the same design concepts as the Audi Q4 Sportback or the Tesla Model Y, the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 is based upon a concept that was originally revealed at the 2017 Frankfurt show.
While final specs have not yet been released, it's expected that Volkswagen will offer access to the most popular connectivity options for the new vehicle: Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Even a WiFi hotspot and wireless charging are possibilities, along with standard smartphone-enabled controls. As only the second vehicle to use the revolutionary modular electric drive architecture (MEB), this visionary design from Volkswagen is the pinnacle of intelligent design with both touch-controlled or voice interactions within the cockpit.
Volkswagen is a manufacturer well-known for building solid vehicles, and the electric ID.4 is no exception. Pushing the limits of electric cars, the ID.4 should have a range of over 250 miles, offer fast-charging capabilities and have plenty of power to help you cruise through the scenic landscapes throughout Georgia with a high-energy battery pack on the floor. Available in a sporty rear-wheel-drive configuration, an all-wheel-drive option will be available soon after launch.
Government crash test results have not yet been released, but the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 is expected to fare well with optional driver assistance technology that includes laser scanners and sensors. Automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warnings should come standard, along with adaptive cruise control.