2021 Volkswagen ID 4 GTX Performance Revealed


Volkswagen is now introducing what it claims to be the sporty version of GTX. The Volkswagen ID.4 GTX takes longer to accelerate from 0-100 kilometers per hour . Than the slowest Tesla that you can buy.

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Volkswagen ID 4 GTX

What was the first GTI 45 years ago – the hot version of the compact Golf. Is now supposed to be the first GTX for the full-blown ID.4 electric SUV. The sporty top model of the series differs from the normal ID.4 mainly in the second electric motor on the front axle. Combining this with the otherwise independent engine in the rear. the ID.4 GTX not only has more power available but also an all-wheel drive.

Power Performance

For the 4.58-meter long ID.4 GTX (VW is still silent about its full combat weight). The bottom line is a maximum output of 220 kW / 299 PS. This should allow the GTX to come from a standstill to 100 km / h in 6.2 seconds and, if necessary, go up to 180 km / h.

Volkswagen ID 4 GTX
Volkswagen ID 4 GTX

The electricity for the two motors is drawn from a high-voltage battery with 77 kWh net energy content. which weighs 486 kg and should be good for a maximum range of 480 km.

Charging is via the standard mode 3 cables with alternating current (up to 11 kW output). t DC fast-charging stations (with up to 125 kW). Here, a range of up to 300 km can be recharged in around 30 minutes.

Visually, the GTX differs from the normal ID.4 with a few special add-on parts. Mainly black – or the redesigned rear area with a gray diffuser. Most obvious, however, is the light graphics. For example, a red X flares up in the LED taillights when braking.

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Volkswagen ID 4 GTX

The pre-sale for the ID.4 GTX starts with us at the end of May. The first cars should deliver to Austrian customers in late autumn. The prices for the sporty top model of the ID.4 series not yet fixed.


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