No Lie, The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Is A Competitive Electric Vehicle, But Needs Work
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ID.4 is Volkswagen’s first dedicated electric vehicle and it has a lot going for it. The range is competitive, the features are compelling and it’s roomy for family and cargo. Is this the EV to get? How fast does it charge? Is it fun to drive? Tom Voelk has the answers after driving a fully optioned First Edition model (which is similar to a rear-wheel drive Pro S Gradient model) to see if everything that VW claims is truth in advertising.
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