The Volkswagen ID.4 GTX has been revealed along with the official confirmation that Volkswagen will use the exclusive GTX badging for the performance-oriented variants of ID models. The new model will be available at €50,415 (approximately Rs.45.40 lakh) in Germany, which is €6000 more than the standard Volkswagen ID.4 model.
The model will feature 20-inch alloy wheels, a 15mm lower ride height with a sportier steering rack, LED Matrix headlamps, blacked-out spoiler, heated steering wheel, ambient lighting and contrasting red stitching.
The Volkswagen ID.4 GTX has lived up to its ‘GTX’ badging as it uses an additional motor that produces a maximum power of 295bhp, instead of the standard single rear-mounted electric motor producing 201bhp power. The company has not revealed the exact torque figures yet. In order to denote the hard-core performance versions, Volkswagen may also introduce a ‘R’ badge as per reports.
The new ID.4 GTX takes just 6.2s to accelerate from 0-100km/h, i.e., 2.3s faster than the standard model. The GTX badging has been further justified as Volkswagen has increased its top speed from 160km/h to 180km/h.
The new Volkswagen model has a 300km range in just 30 minutes of charge. It comes with a 77kWh battery pack to store the electricity with a maximum charging rate of 125kW from a suitable fast charger. On a fully charged battery pack, the model can cover a maximum of 480km distance under the WLTP cycle, which is almost near to the 500km range of the standard ID.4 model.
The ID.4 GTX model is for car enthusiasts as it is an eco-friendly all-electric range model of Volkswagen. Although it hasn’t beaten the standard Volkswagen ID.4 in all aspects, it will certainly catch huge attention from customers if its electric mobility is considered.
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