2022 Volkswagen ID.4 GTX

The 2022 Volkswagen ID.4 GTX With 300 Horsepower And AWD.

Volkswagen introduced the ID.4 last fall and now it’s giving the electric SUV a performance version to inaugurate the GTX badge reserved for fast EVs. The VW ID.4 GTX uses an automatically adjustable AWD system as the electric SUV remains in a rear-wheel-drive configuration until the onboard sensors detect more traction is needed.

The ID.4 GTX sits on standard 20-inch wheels upgradable to an optional 21-inch set with 358-mm brakes at the front axle.The optional Sports package lowers the electric SUV by 15 millimeters (0.6 inches) and adds progressive steering into the mix for spirited driving. Adaptive shock absorbers also cost extra as part of the Sports Plus package to balance sportiness and comfort. The driver gets to choose from Eco, Comfort, Sport, Individual, and Traction modes.

VW has made efforts to separate the GTX derivative from its mainstream counterpart. Three-point LED lights arranged vertically in the faux air intakes are exclusive to the performance model, and so is the glossy black finish of the grille. LED matrix headlights come as standard, along with fancy LED taillights featuring a 3D effect.

The ID.4 GTX finished in a new Metallic Kings Red paint while the red accents on the inside send a strong GTI vibe. As it makes sense on a range-topping version, it comes nicely equipped with a heated steering wheel, 30-color LED ambient lighting, individually adjustable front armrests, and split-folding rear seats. There are numerous optional packages available, adding goodies such as a head-up display with augmented reality and the upgraded 12-inch infotainment replacing the standard 10-inch screen.

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