Volkswagen teases new ID.4 ahead of its launch tomorrow
The all-electric compact SUV will adopt IQ Light technology, and will be the second VW car to use a MEB electric platform.
EVs have been popping up everywhere, from Jaguar resurrecting the XJ as an electric-powered monster, to BMW revealing an upcoming line-up of electric cars. This viral pandemic - like the one we are still going through - is showing no signs of stopping, and VW's most recent announcement further proves that.
Tomorrow, the corporation is going to officially unveil its electric compact SUV called the ID.4 - a follow-up to the ID.3 hatchback - and in order to shake up excitement amongst the 'electrohead' community, they have released small teasers of the car.
Now, these photographs only show the headlights, but they do demonstrate that the car's headlights use a IQ LED matrix system which 11 individual LEDs that can be individually operated to control the direction of the lighting.
However, this is not the only announcement that VW gave to us regarding ID.4, as the corporation has partnered with Electrify America - one of the largest EV-charging networks in the US - in order to allow new ID.4 buyers to charge their cars at the network's stations for absolutely free!
In my opinion, the car seems to be really good, and I think that it will be able to prove that you no longer have to own a football club to drive a comfortable and reliable EV. So Volkswagen, you have my blessings.