If you're shopping thetoday, you'll have to go home with a rear-wheel drive model as the all-wheel drive model isn't ready quite yet. And when those AWD electric SUVs do arrive at dealers, they'll be rated for 249 miles on a full battery charge.
The Environmental Protection Agency revealed the SUV's official rating with power flowing to all four wheels on Wednesday, and it's only a single mile less than the ID 4 Pro S with RWD. That's pretty great, considering the losses typically associated with AWD. However, that range drops to 240 miles if you opt for the ID 4 AWD Pro S with more kit. But those figures are still on par with rivals like theand , and the big takeaway is there's no real penalty for selecting an ID 4 with AWD.
With the dual-motor setup on AWD models, power increases from 201 horsepower and 229 pound-feet of torque to 295 hp and 339 lb-ft of torque. That power comes from a battery with a gross capacity of 82 kilowatt hours; said battery will charge to 80% in about 38 minutes at a 125-kilowatt charging station. Speaking of, owners get three years of unlimited charging at Electrify America stations, which is a nice perk if you have an EA station nearby.
Prices for the ID 4 AWD Pro start at $43,675 before destination. Keep in mind: The federalmay help with the purchase as well, if you're eligible.