Volkswagen’s ID.4 electric vehicle is now available with all-wheel drive and it’s amazing how much difference an extra motor can make. It packs more power and traction, perfect for a winter snow storm that hit Seattle on Christmas day. Automotive specialist Tom Voelk takes a Pro S AWD out onto the slick hilly streets of the Emerald City to see if an EV can handle the Pacific Northwest’s nasty mix of ice and snow. And don’t forget the ID.4 isn’t just the most affordable AWD EV, it’s still eligible for the $7,500 federal tax credit.
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About Tom: Tom Voelk is an award-winning automotive contributor to The New York Times. His podcast was the first to win an Emmy Award (he's won for photography, editing, producing and reporting). But really, all you need to know is in the videos.
00:00 Intro 1:20 Powertrain 2:34 Driving Dynamics Dry 5:44 Driving In Snow 9:16 Interior 11:41 Charging 13:34 Back Seat 14:02 Cargo 14:56 Design 15:40 Pricing 16:22 Red Light Green Light 17:31 Summary 18:36 Epilogue 19:45 Fun Fact 20:46 Blooper