The soon to be released 2022 Bolt EUV may put price pressure on the ID.4. The form-factor is long roof CUV like the ID.4 and slightly larger than the standard Bolt. MSRP is to be $33,995. It has a 250 mi range to continue the comparison to the ID.4. What it does NOT have is current eligibility for the Fed TC, making the ultimate cost currently about the same, but that is likely to change with upcoming legislation. I'm quite sure that the Bolt EUV will not compare to the ID.4 in many other ways, but VW has said their target buyer is the person who currently buys the Asian brands. GM is now in the game with an SUV-shape like the ID.4. I do not have an immediate need for my FE, currently on order. I will probably do a test drive, but odds are I will not take delivery because a major price drop for the ID.4 is likely once the Bolt hits dealers and TC's are extended. IMO GM is unlikely to raise prices if TC's are extended (unlike Tesla). With a TC, it'll cost about $27K v. $32.5 for the base ID.4 and $5.5K can make up for a LOT of missing Bling. First movers on the ID.4 will be sorta like the Tesla M-Y recent purchasers that just missed out on a $2K price drop. A we used to say in my Vietnam days: "Sin Loi", or sorry about that.