It depends on where you measure it, and VW has given confusing info like this graphic that says both 16cm and 21cm =8.2" which is quoted by most reviews:
The VW spec here is noticeably missing Ground Clearance numbers. https://media.vw.com/assets/documents/original/13337-2021ID4RWDTechSpecsFinal.pdf
I chatted with VW and they said it's 116cm (4.5"), citing Owner's Manual Page 363 (which they cannot provide a link for).
Most reviews and 3rd party websites say it is 8"
People on this forum and who measure say it's 6".
This doc VW produced for NHTSA says 6.4"
Euro press release for GTX says it 16cm (6.3")
A car for all occasionsPlenty of space for family and recreational use, compact for city driving and comfortable when traveling – there’s nothing the new Volkswagen ID.4 can’t do. Volkswagen’s first e-SUV has what it takes to persuade many people to switch to electric cars.www.volkswagen-newsroom.com
So... What is it really?! Very fishy. Are they tuning ground clearance by market to adjust the range numbers per local testing (eg EPA)?
If it's actually 4.5" on an AWD, I will cancel. that would be so lame!
My 2021 AWD Pro with 20 inch rims is over 8 inchesAs a latecomer to the forum (I have an ID4 on order), it appears that this link is official for 2022 USA models. It includes ground clearance and coefficient of drag, but omits range guestimates.
It appears VW marketing for 2022 didn't get the memo their media datasheets were wrong and published wrong ground clearances. I posted the corrected 2021MY ground clearances in this threadAs a latecomer to the forum (I have an ID4 on order), it appears that this link is official for 2022 USA models. It includes ground clearance and coefficient of drag, but omits range guestimates.
Everyone who has measured the Pro its 8”. I off-road mine like my old Subaru and I am sure it is 8” but I haven’t measured it. Just go look under one. It is not anywhere near 6.7”.