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There are five trim choices for the 2023 VW ID.4: Standard, Pro, S, Pro S, and Pro S Plus. Most come with an 82-kWh battery pack and are offered with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. The Standard and S trims are the exception as they’re only assembled with the 62-kWh pack and RWD. With RWD, the ’23 ID.4 has a single electric motor that produces 201 hp; with AWD, there’s an additional motor on the rear axle, and the output increases to 295 hp. The EPA-estimated driving range for ID.4s with the new 62-kWh battery is 209 miles, but with the 82-kWh battery, total range increases to 275 miles (or 255 with AWD). What’s more, DC fast charging now comes standard, allowing you to juice your ’23 ID.4 in just 30 minutes. You’ll be able to enjoy three years of complimentary charging, too, at any Electrify America DC fast charging station.
VW has added the Standard trim for the ID.4’s sophomore year. One of its nicest features is proximity keyless entry with intuitive start, which will start the vehicle automatically when the driver sits down with the key fob in their possession. This well-appointed base trim also has LED exterior lights, rain-sensing wipers, heated side mirrors and washer nozzles, roof rails, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated cloth/leatherette front seats, a synthetic leather-wrapped steering wheel, a wireless phone charger, a 5.3-inch digital gauge cluster (ID.Cockpit), ambient interior lighting with ID.Light (which uses glowing and acoustic cues to telegraph things like incoming calls, brake warnings, charge status, and more), an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a 60/40-split folding rear seatback.
The ID.4 Standard is set up with some excellent advanced driving aids, like Front Assist with pedestrian and cyclist detection, Side Assist blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, front and rear Park Distance Control, and Light Assist automatic high beams. The advanced IQ.Drive suite is also standard, adding Travel Assist 2.0, Lane Assist (lane keeping assist), adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, traffic sign recognition, Park Assist Plus with Memory Parking, and Emergency Assist 3.0 (driver attention warning). The 12-inch Discover Pro Max touchscreen infotainment system keeps Atlas occupants connected with Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming and wireless App-Connect (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto). It also has navigation, voice recognition, SiriusXM satellite radio, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and an audio system with seven speakers.
The Pro is stocked with everything listed for the Standard, but it also gets a hidden storage compartment in the cargo area. It gets a couple of extra features when it’s equipped with AWD: a heated windshield and a trailer hitch (maximum towing capacity: 2,700 pounds).
The S and Pro S have a heated steering wheel, a panoramic fixed-glass roof with an electric sunshade, a hands-free liftgate, upgraded LED headlights, front and rear VW logos that light up, perforated synthetic-leather seat inserts, stitched door panels, power-adjustable front seats with position memory, a rear-seat center armrest with cupholders and cargo-area pass-through, and additional ambient interior lighting.
Another new trim, the Pro S Plus, tops the range with the most luxurious features. The highlights are heated rear outboard seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, power-folding outside mirrors with accent lighting, and a black roof with silver rails. This is also the only trim to receive the Area View 360-degree camera VW Sound, a premium audio system with a subwoofer.