All new Volkswagen ID.4 (2022 Model) Price hiked to $795, let's take a closer look.

Volkswagen has confirmed on its website that the ID.4 electric car will be priced at $41,995 for launch in 2022, up $795 from last year.  Although the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is yet to test-drive the 2022 ID.4 electric car, the range is likely to increase with the price hike. Depending on the configuration, last year's model was rated to go between 240 and 260 miles on a full charge.  The price has now increased to $50,135, which includes the mandatory $1,195 destination fee.  VW plans to upgrade the vehicle's charging capacity from 125 kW to 135 kW via an over-the-air update. Volkswagen said late last year that the ID.4 models would be able to communicate directly with Electrify America charging stations and that the electronic parking brake would have an automatic hold mode.  When talking to Electrify America charging stations, drivers won't need to use a charging card or app to plug in their ID.4 EV. Since Charging Networks is a subsidiary of Volkswagen, it's hardly a surprise since the company was formed when the automaker was caught knowingly cheating on the EPA's tests with its diesel models. See Volkswagen ID.4 models for sale.

Volkswagen has confirmed on its website that the ID.4 electric car will be priced at $41,995 for launch in 2022, up $795 from last year.

Although the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is yet to test-drive the 2022 ID.4 electric car, the range is likely to increase with the price hike. Depending on the configuration, last year's model was rated to go between 240 and 260 miles on a full charge.

The price has now increased to $50,135, which includes the mandatory $1,195 destination fee.

VW plans to upgrade the vehicle's charging capacity from 125 kW to 135 kW via an over-the-air update. Volkswagen said late last year that the ID.4 models would be able to communicate directly with Electrify America charging stations and that the electronic parking brake would have an automatic hold mode.

When talking to Electrify America charging stations, drivers won't need to use a charging card or app to plug in their ID.4 EV. Since Charging Networks is a subsidiary of Volkswagen, it's hardly a surprise since the company was formed when the automaker was caught knowingly cheating on the EPA's tests with its diesel models. See Volkswagen ID.4 models for sale.

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