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the price of the electric sports SUV

Notice to enthusiasts: orders are now open for the Volkswagen ID.4 GTX. Prices for the electric sports SUV start above € 50,000.

The SUV ID.4 is the first Volkswagen model to receive the GTX badge, a coat of arms synonymous with increased sportiness for electric models in the ID range, equivalent to GTI for gasoline, GTD for diesels and GTE for plug-in hybrids.

Unveiled at the end of April, this vitaminized version of the zero-emission SUV is already available to order on the French market. Its price is therefore known. It starts at … 52.450€.

Two engines, 299 hp and 480 km of autonomy

At this price, the ID.4 GTX hasan electric motor on each of the two axles. Compared to the “classic” 204 ​​hp ID.4, a second electric motor is in fact installed on the front axle. The model thus benefits from a all-wheel drive and develop a total power of 299 hp. The 0 to 100 km / h is announced in 6.2 seconds and the top speed to 180 km / h, against 8.5 seconds and 160 km / h for the ID.4.

The model is also equipped with a 77 kWh lithium-ion battery which guarantees an autonomy ranging from 340 km to 480 km.

The GTX look

On the look side, this GTX variant stands out from the rest of the range thanks to redesigned shields, a unique light signature (three honeycomb elements form the daytime running lights in particular) and 3D effect LED taillights embellished with X-shaped brake lights. It also gains a black roof and rear spoiler, as well as an anthracite roof frame.

The interior is also revised. We find in particular the GTX logo on the steering wheel, the door sills and the upper part of the backrests of the front seats. The upper part of the dashboard and the imitation leather inserts of the doors are dressed in a dark blue color (X-Blue) while the contrasting red stitching on the seats bring a touch of sportiness to the whole.

A well-equipped SUV

Finally, equipment department, the ID.4 GTX has 20-inch alloy wheels as standard, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, heated front seats, front and rear parking assistance, a fatigue detector or a Mode 3 – Type 2 (32A) charging cable.

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