Volkswagen’s electric ID.3 and ID.4 models have been given a series of updates as part of the firm’s switch to its 2022 model year.
One of the most notable changes is the added customisation available with the pair. Beforehand, both the ID.3 and ID.4 were only available in pre-configured trim levels but now, buyers are able to pick a specification and then specify further option packs on top.
Now, customers can pick any trim level and add additional packages depending on their requirements. For instance, the Infotainment Package Plus can be added to any car, adding a high-definition heads-up display.
Volkswagen has also eliminated Business and Tech trim levels to make things even clearer when it comes to specifications.
The price of the ID.3 has also been adjusted, bringing more models under the £35,000 threshold for the government’s £2,500 plug-in car grant. Both the Family Pro and Family Pro Performance now fall from £33,640 and £34,960 to £31,140 and £32,460 respectively after the grant has been applied. Now, seven ID models now qualify for the grant.
The Max and range-topping Tour models have had £3,800 lopped off their starting price too, making them £38,800 and £37,730 respectively.
New paint colours have also been added, allowing buyers to better customise their cars.Enquire on a new Volkswagen