After test driving the ID.4 and Mach-E this week the layout of the ID.4 is better. The screen placement on the Mach-E was off it was almost to close and to low. Not being angled towards the drive made it harder to read too. The Mach-E has a more premium feel to it. Then again there was a $10K+ difference between the two EVs.Volkswagen of America, Inc. is pleased to announce that the all-new ID.4 EV was named to Autotrader’s list of 10 Best Car Interiors Under $50,000 for 2021.media.vw.com
I did the roadshow drive and it was at night. Confirmed it's not lit up. I was so confused trying to find it as I first stepped into the car since the Audi was playing as I entered the car. Weird omission for sure.Saw this in the Jalopnik review and it blew my mind. Is this for real? The volume and the temp sliders are completely dark at night?
As someone that lives in a climate where it's generally dark during commuting hours 1/4 of the year I would definitely appreciate being able to see the volume slider and climate controls, two of the most frequently used controls in the car. Even with auto controls, as someone who carpools, the passenger temp setting is often changed. I can see from ID.3 videos online that it looks like it's the same there as well, no illumination. What a big oversight. I understand you can hit the climate button to get to the on screen controls, but what about the volume? You've got the steering wheel controls, but your passenger is left pulling out a flashlight for volume controls? It's 2021, it shouldn't be this complicated.That being said, do people regularly change the temperature that often?