Volkswagen is expanding its electric range with the ID.4 GTX, a sporty, four-wheel-drive version of the ID.4 mid-size SUV sold in Europe, China and the United States. The GTX brand will henceforth be used by the higher performance versions of the models belonging to the ID. Family models. The styling centre headed by Joseph Kaban has created some specific design elements for the model since July 2020.
The body colour is more dominant than on the other models, enhancing the car’s sleek lines and imposing appearance on the road. The door slats are painted to match the body colour and only the subtle details on the underside of the body are black. The roof and rear spoiler are also black, while the roof frame trim is glossy anthracite. The air intakes at the front are painted black, while the rear bumper has been given a distinctive new look. The car is also available with new 19-inch or 20-inch wheels.
The general layout of the interior has remained the same, but the Color&Trim department has worked on model-specific materials to give a more sporty and exclusive feel to the cabin, also thanks to the play of coloured LED lights. The ID.4 GTX’s two engines provide all-wheel drive and 220 kW of power and are fed by a 77 kWh battery pack with a claimed range of 480 km.
By A&D|2021-04-29T12:17:53+02:0029 April 2021|NEWS|