Volkswagen ID.4 GTX showcased at the Volkswagen India annual brand conference
The Volkswagen ID.4 GTX is an electric-powered SUV that the brand offers in the UK, USA, and European markets. It was showcased by Volkswagen India at its Annual Brand Conference in Kochi today. Here are some key points about the EV.
Volkswagen ID.4 GTX interiors
The interiors of the Volkswagen ID.4 GTX are sustainable in every way possible. The seats are made from a fabric called "ArtVelours," which is made from recycled PET bottles. The "Natural Fiber Tech" material, which is a combination of renewable raw materials like wood and agricultural byproducts, is used to make the dashboard and door panels. A material called "ArtVelours," created from recycled PET bottles, is used to make the seats.
The interiors appear cutting-edge and futuristic, with a 10-inch floating touchscreen and a 5.3-inch fully digital instrument console. The car is finished in an all-black interior that gives it a sporty feel. To add to the comfort of the passengers, Volkswagen has also provided three-zone climate control. The driver seat is 12-way power-adjustable and the interiors are lit with ambient lighting.
In order to wirelessly connect personal devices, the car also has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Drivers can interact with the system without taking their hands off the wheel because it also supports voice recognition and gesture control.
Volkswagen ID.4 GTX exteriors
The VW ID.4 GTX is a sportier version of the standard VW ID.4 electric SUV. The ID.4 GTX's front bumper has a sportier, angular design with larger air intakes than the standard model, making it more aggressive. The ID.4 GTX's exterior features gloss black accents all over, including on the front bumper, side skirts, and rear bumper.
The ID.4 GTX has an eye-catching LED light bar that runs the length of the back of the car. The brake light and turn signal on this light bar make it functional in addition to being beautiful. This car sports 20 inch alloy wheels that give the SUV a planted stance. The ID.4 GTX features signature GTX badging on the front grille, rear liftgate, and side fenders, thus distinguishing it from its non-GTX sibling.
Volkswagen ID.4 GTX drivetrain
The powertrain of the Volkswagen ID.4 GTX that produces 295bhp and 460Nm of torque is a combined effort of two motors – a permanent magnet synchro machine (PSM) on the rear axle, and an asynchronous motor (ASM) on the front axle. Clocking 0-100kmph in 6.3 seconds, the car manages a top speed of 180kmph.
The model has the largest ID.4 battery, a 24-cell 77kWh lithium-ion unit that weighs 486kg, is claimed to have a range of up to 480km, and can be recharged using regenerative braking.