The Inside EV's piece on the ID.4 had almost a throwaway discussion among the Editors which I think we should all think very carefully about. It was that VW is not trying to make the ID.4 for all segments of customers. Their point was that the VW Corporation has a number of vehicle lines under it's umbrella. If you want a luxury car, you can buy an Audi. If you want a performance car, you can buy a Lamborghini or an S or RS Audi. For ultra-luxe, you can buy a Bentley. We are going to get an AWD ID.4. But, if you want 360 deg. vision or an HUD, perhaps VW would prefer that you go to Audi. Lots of talk that the ID.4 is the new Beetle--but the Beetle was basic transportation. I know that basic transportation today is a lot more that what was considered basic transportation way back when. I think that the spec of the ID.4 Pro fits perfectly for what VW is aiming for and for "only" $40K, before incentives. The FE at $44K or a fully optioned AWD Pro at close to $50K may turn out to be a bad bet, compared to the upcoming Audi Q4 E-Tron. The silver lining in the delay of the FE is that we will get a good look at the Audi before we have to make that purchase.