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I have been scouring the Euro owner youtube videos hoping to see a Pro or Pro S in real life but have been unsuccessful as everything has been FE and 1st Max. This picture was shared by VW yesterday commemorating the first deliveries of ID.4 to German customers (yes I thought that Germany would have been first to get the ID.4 but I guess not). The light gray one on the lower right should be a Pro and this is the first picture I've seen of one. Does anyone else have any real life pictures of Pro or Pro S?
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Interested too, hope I don't regret getting white instead of moonstone. That gray one on the right appears to be riding on steelies...
 

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I have been scouring the Euro owner youtube videos hoping to see a Pro or Pro S in real life but have been unsuccessful as everything has been FE and 1st Max. This picture was shared by VW yesterday commemorating the first deliveries of ID.4 to German customers (yes I thought that Germany would have been first to get the ID.4 but I guess not). The light gray one on the lower right should be a Pro and this is the first picture I've seen of one. Does anyone else have any real life pictures of Pro or Pro S?
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Right, the gray one looks like it has the Pro headlights. But even if it's called Pro it probably has different features than the ones delivered to the U.S. From videos on U-Tube I've learned that heads-up display is available in Germany and the UK but not here. FE's in UK seem to have Hankook tires, whereas the ones here have Bridgestone Alenza. The lit VW badge in front is against the law in Germany but comes with Pro S here. And I think in China the rear VW badge is lighted even! VW marketing must be very busy figuring out what features sell cars in each market. My white Pro (not Pro S) just left the factory bound for Ca! I wish it had adaptive headlights, low-speed corner lights, puddle lights, massaging seat backs, etc., that are on FE, but I had to get Pro as I'm not big on panoramic glass roofs, large wheels, non-cloth seats, and a higher MSRP.
Maybe I'll see my Pro in 1.5 months - I hope.
 

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Interested too, hope I don't regret getting white instead of moonstone. That gray one on the right appears to be riding on steelies...
It does look like steel wheels (which I kind of like). I current have a reservation for moonstone and looks to be the best color option for the Pro trim level.

Hopefully in another month (or less) real pictures of the interior of the Pro will be posted here or on VW's website. This crappy scan of mine is the only image(s) of the Pro (US Spec) I have seen to date. BTW the cloth part of the seat really looks like the part you sit on which will help moderate body temperatures better in winter and summer.

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It does look like steel wheels (which I kind of like). I current have a reservation for moonstone and looks to be the best color option for the Pro trim level.

Hopefully in another month (or less) real pictures of the interior of the Pro will be posted here or on VW's website. This crappy scan of mine is the only image(s) of the Pro (US Spec) I have seen to date. BTW the cloth part of the seat really looks like the part you sit on which will help moderate body temperatures better in winter and summer.

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If you go to a Euro VW website, you can see the steel rims on the base model. I don’t think the interiors will look too different than what we’ve seen on the Euro FE and 1st Max as those have the black and gloss black trim in place of the white as well as the brown door and dash inserts (Pro S). We can’t see the cloth texture of course but the color should be similar to the galaxy black v-tex seats.
 

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Right, the gray one looks like it has the Pro headlights. But even if it's called Pro it probably has different features than the ones delivered to the U.S. From videos on U-Tube I've learned that heads-up display is available in Germany and the UK but not here. FE's in UK seem to have Hankook tires, whereas the ones here have Bridgestone Alenza. The lit VW badge in front is against the law in Germany but comes with Pro S here. And I think in China the rear VW badge is lighted even! VW marketing must be very busy figuring out what features sell cars in each market. My white Pro (not Pro S) just left the factory bound for Ca! I wish it had adaptive headlights, low-speed corner lights, puddle lights, massaging seat backs, etc., that are on FE, but I had to get Pro as I'm not big on panoramic glass roofs, large wheels, non-cloth seats, and a higher MSRP.
Maybe I'll see my Pro in 1.5 months - I hope.
I’m really just interested in seeing the visual differences with the black vs. silver side roof treatment and the black vs. body color roof treatment.
 

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Just poked around VW UK and found these. Wheels are wrong but the roof treatment mimics our Pro and Pro S.
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This one was in the Moonstone Gray gallery. It shows the Pro/Pro S roof. The body color extends down alongside the windshield and alongside the pano roof.
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Here is a picture of Pro version in Gray color
Thanks! I see Smith dealership on the back. I think @gazpachoking posted pics in the moonstone gray thread of this same vehicle taken from the dealer website. Yours are inside and after getting cleaned up!
 

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Exterior changes/de-contenting don't really detract from look, but interior really doesn't look like $40k vehicle.... Fabric chosen in particular looks no better than base Golf which is half the price.

Piano black in close proximity to silver pieces also looks a little odd. Overall just not one of VW's better interiors

Would like to see photo of screen to see how noticeable smaller screen size is.

I have AWD pro with no packages on reservation. I I kind of expected this so it's not a deal-breaker for me
 

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Here is a picture of Pro version in Gray color
Edit: dealership is in Delaware.

I am surprised to see a Pro already. One of my local dealerships told me mid-May and I am near(ish) Boston.

That would be my color and trim level. Going for AWD however.
 

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Exterior changes/de-contenting don't really detract from look, but interior really doesn't look like $40k vehicle.... Fabric chosen in particular looks no better than base Golf which is half the price.

Piano black in close proximity to silver pieces also looks a little odd. Overall just not one of VW's better interiors

Would like to see photo of screen to see how noticeable smaller screen size is.

I have AWD pro with no packages on reservation. I I kind of expected this so it's not a deal-breaker for me
Well it’s really a $32,500 vehicle!
 

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Exterior changes/de-contenting don't really detract from look, but interior really doesn't look like $40k vehicle.... Fabric chosen in particular looks no better than base Golf which is half the price.

Piano black in close proximity to silver pieces also looks a little odd. Overall just not one of VW's better interiors

Would like to see photo of screen to see how noticeable smaller screen size is.

I have AWD pro with no packages on reservation
 

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To me it's good enough since I sit on the seats and don't look at them to drive somewhere. I'm definitely not paying $4500 extra for pretty colors, but that's just me and my opinion
 
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