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2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Beats EPA Range by 15% | Edmunds



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  1. After two weeks with the car, that seems about right. Haven’t charged that much, but the GOM is reading between 260-270 after a 90% charge.

  2. Could Edmunds please stop with its bogus test?The EPA test is no prize either but Edmunds hasn’t a clue on how to standardize its testing methodology.

  3. I’m still fuzzy on their numbers, maybe someone can help?

    For the Taycan they got 32.3 kWh/100 miles (3.095 m/kWh) and 323 miles of range. The pack size is 93.4 kWh.

  4. Good, but the US should really consider switching to WLTP. EPA is just nonsense

  5. Again, Edmund’s has a borked test with 60% city driving mix.

    I wonder how repeatable their test is also… if they ran it 5 times with 5 different drivers, what would the result be?

    Car and Driver got 190 miles at 75 mph highway at 40 degree temps.

    Really, we need instrumentation on real drives and come up with some averages that feed into things like ABRP to then model common journeys.

  6. > The all-new ID.4 is a compact SUV that is much larger than VW’s last EV, the e-Golf, but can travel twice as far on a single charge.

    I hate to break it to those guys but VW’s last EV wasn’t the e-Golf.

    Edit: I don’t really care about the downvotes but I think it’s bizarre that North American’s would rather downvote me than admit this rag was wrong – if they had meant, “VW’s last EV in North America” they should have fucking well said so.

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