VW has given the GTX models of the ID.4 and ID.5 a slight upgrade, including the previously optional "Design" and "Comfort" equipment packages as standard. In return, however, the base price for both models has increased. GTX variants of the ID.3 and even the ID. Buzz are to follow.
The ID.4 GTX is now on the list in Germany with prices starting at €53,225, while the ID.5 GTX is available to order from €56,455 - both prices are before the environmental bonus is deducted. When the ID.5 went on pre-sale in November 2021, the GTX version was still priced from €53,615, while the ID.4 GTX was previously priced from €50,415. This means that both vehicles have become almost €2,800 more expensive.
There are no changes to the dual-engine drive: with the PSM on the rear axle and the additional ASM on the front axle, the system output is 220 kW, the torque in total up to 460 Nm. The electronically limited top speed is 180 km/h. The towing capacity of both GTX models is a maximum of 1,400 kilograms (on an 8 percent gradient), 200 kilograms more than the rear-wheel drive model variants.
In both cases, a battery with 77 kWh energy content (net) is installed, giving the ID.4 GTX a range of up to 500 kilometres according to WLTP, while the slightly more aerodynamic ID.5 GTX has a range of up to 512 kilometres. The maximum charging power for both models is 135 kW. The charging process from five to 80 percent is quoted by VW as 36 minutes.