Just about every car manufacturer these days is creating some form of an electric vehicle, and Volkswagen is no exception. They’ve created an all-electric SUV called the ID.4, and it's a vehicle you won’t want to pass up. With good range, a decent charge time, and a whole host of features, this SUV is sure to delight. If you want to pick up this new Volkswagen vehicle, head over to Volkswagen Santa Monica today.

Highlights of the Volkswagen ID.4

The Volkswagen ID.4 is an all-electric SUV with all the bell and whistles you’ve come to enjoy about a Volkswagen while adding several new ones as well. Starting with its powertrain, the ID.4 has an 82-kWh battery pack and an electric motor to power its rear wheels. This allows the vehicle to produce 201 horsepower and about 260 miles of range.

As for its trims, Hawthorne drivers will find that the ID.4 comes in three trim options, the Pro, Pro S, and 1st Edition. There is an abundance of technology and safety features throughout its three trims, such as adaptive cruise control, parking sensors, a 12-inch touchscreen, heated seats, and more. As a special incentive, customers who purchase an ID.4 will receive three years of unlimited charging at all Electrify America DC fast-charging stations at no additional cost.

When it comes to electric vehicles, one of the most frequently asked questions is how fast does it charge? For the ID.4, the charging process is quite fast, as it can get 60 miles of charge in about 10 minutes. Those in the Inglewood area wondering how long it takes to charge fully will find that this vehicle can do so in about 40 to 45 minutes at any fast-charging station.

Test Drive the New Volkswagen ID.4

Like what you’ve read so far? Want to get behind the wheel of this electric machine? If so, use our site or call us to set up a test drive today. Our site also has an online finance application for those who wish to start the financing process from home. And for any questions about the ID.4, feel free to reach out at any time.

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