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Has anyone made any modifications to ID.4 or got aftermarket accessories?

After being a owner of the id.4 1.st Pro in about two month's I have started "adjusting" some of the things I find annoying or missing.
  • wrapping the pianofinish elements with vinyl wrap. Door handle, center console and around the air vents in the backseat
  • Added a "net" under the hood to make 4 "frunk" compartments. In front of the battery, on top of the center plastic, behind the badge and left of the aircondition unit. Holds both chargingcables, a 10m extra cable, a spare washerfluide container and my firstaid bag (yes, a bag).
  • Added a "box" to store thing under the center console.
  • Added two ledbars under the cover in the trunk, to give better lightning
  • Added "carpet like" cover on the front part of the dashboard, preventing sunreflections
  • Added mudflaps on all 4 wheels

awaiting "adjustments"
  • Ordered gasdempers to hold the hood open without using the rod (since I now have a frunk).
  • Adding self-adhesive "carpet" to the lower plastic parts in the frond footwell
  • Adding storerage "box" under the seats in the front

Hope to see some nice aftermarket stuff soon :)
 

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Has anyone made any modifications to ID.4 or got aftermarket accessories?

After being a owner of the id.4 1.st Pro in about two month's I have started "adjusting" some of the things I find annoying or missing.
  • wrapping the pianofinish elements with vinyl wrap. Door handle, center console and around the air vents in the backseat
  • Added a "net" under the hood to make 4 "frunk" compartments. In front of the battery, on top of the center plastic, behind the badge and left of the aircondition unit. Holds both chargingcables, a 10m extra cable, a spare washerfluide container and my firstaid bag (yes, a bag).
  • Added a "box" to store thing under the center console.
  • Added two ledbars under the cover in the trunk, to give better lightning
  • Added "carpet like" cover on the front part of the dashboard, preventing sunreflections
  • Added mudflaps on all 4 wheels

awaiting "adjustments"
  • Ordered gasdempers to hold the hood open without using the rod (since I now have a frunk).
  • Adding self-adhesive "carpet" to the lower plastic parts in the frond footwell
  • Adding storerage "box" under the seats in the front

Hope to see some nice aftermarket stuff soon :)
Where did you order "gasdempers" or lift supports for front hood? Good idea
 

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Where did you order "gasdempers" or lift supports for front hood? Good idea
Do a search for "id.4" in aliexpress and you will get dempers in different colors. But, not tried them yet. Order a kit for a nissan rouge and it works very nice. Hoping for the best :)
 

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Has anyone made any modifications to ID.4 or got aftermarket accessories?

After being a owner of the id.4 1.st Pro in about two month's I have started "adjusting" some of the things I find annoying or missing.
  • wrapping the pianofinish elements with vinyl wrap. Door handle, center console and around the air vents in the backseat
  • Added a "net" under the hood to make 4 "frunk" compartments. In front of the battery, on top of the center plastic, behind the badge and left of the aircondition unit. Holds both chargingcables, a 10m extra cable, a spare washerfluide container and my firstaid bag (yes, a bag).
  • Added a "box" to store thing under the center console.
  • Added two ledbars under the cover in the trunk, to give better lightning
  • Added "carpet like" cover on the front part of the dashboard, preventing sunreflections
  • Added mudflaps on all 4 wheels

awaiting "adjustments"
  • Ordered gasdempers to hold the hood open without using the rod (since I now have a frunk).
  • Adding self-adhesive "carpet" to the lower plastic parts in the frond footwell
  • Adding storerage "box" under the seats in the front

Hope to see some nice aftermarket stuff soon :)
Can you send pics of your frunk setup? Sounds interesting
 

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Has anyone made any modifications to ID.4 or got aftermarket accessories?
There is a huge thread on exactly this. It'll take you a while, but work through it. It was linked above.

But in short:
wrapping the pianofinish elements with vinyl wrap. Door handle, center console and around the air vents in the backseat
I've done this; it's on the above-mentioned thread.
  • Added a "net" under the hood to make 4 "frunk" compartments. In front of the battery, on top of the center plastic, behind the badge and left of the aircondition unit. Holds both chargingcables, a 10m extra cable, a spare washerfluide container and my firstaid bag (yes, a bag).
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    Quite a few have discussed this but I haven't seen anything concrete yet.
  • Added a "box" to store thing under the center console.
    [*]
    One of the members of this forum is printing one and there's a link to their Etsy page. I've ordered one - it gets here tomorrow. Will post pics!
  • Added two ledbars under the cover in the trunk, to give better lightning
    [*]Added "carpet like" cover on the front part of the dashboard, preventing sunreflections
    First I've heard of either of these. Good luck!
  • Added mudflaps on all 4 wheels
    This one has been done. Search for it; I think there's a dedicated thread.

awaiting "adjustments"
  • Ordered gasdempers to hold the hood open without using the rod (since I now have a frunk).
  • I haven't seen this discussed in any concrete way yet. Please update us!
  • Adding self-adhesive "carpet" to the lower plastic parts in the frond footwell
    This sounds like it would look very nice, but it's the first I've seen this mentioned. Let us know!
  • Adding storerage "box" under the seats in the front
    Haven't seen this mentioned before, either.
 

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Has anyone made any modifications to ID.4 or got aftermarket accessories?

After being a owner of the id.4 1.st Pro in about two month's I have started "adjusting" some of the things I find annoying or missing.
  • wrapping the pianofinish elements with vinyl wrap. Door handle, center console and around the air vents in the backseat
  • Added a "net" under the hood to make 4 "frunk" compartments. In front of the battery, on top of the center plastic, behind the badge and left of the aircondition unit. Holds both chargingcables, a 10m extra cable, a spare washerfluide container and my firstaid bag (yes, a bag).
  • Added a "box" to store thing under the center console.
  • Added two ledbars under the cover in the trunk, to give better lightning
  • Added "carpet like" cover on the front part of the dashboard, preventing sunreflections
  • Added mudflaps on all 4 wheels

awaiting "adjustments"
  • Ordered gasdempers to hold the hood open without using the rod (since I now have a frunk).
  • Adding self-adhesive "carpet" to the lower plastic parts in the frond footwell
  • Adding storerage "box" under the seats in the front

Hope to see some nice aftermarket stuff soon :)
Sorry, the post "what mods have you done to your ID.4 this week" is where this actually should have been posted.
 

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I built a small kitchen for my trunk. This way I can prepare a meal while my car is charging. This has come in most handy when driving long distances (I've been on 3 ~1500 mile trips over the past two months).

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The toaster oven and tea kettle sit on top of one wooden crate that has a drawer that extends out and over the lip of the trunk. I store everything you see on top of the crate in the crate when it's not in use.

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This induction hot plate is sitting on top of a second crate and next to the first one.

The toaster oven, tea kettle, and hot plate are all powered off of a separate battery and inverter that can handle 1200-1500 watts of power. I am sure my next VW will have plugs stronger power outlets...
 

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I built a small kitchen for my trunk. This way I can prepare a meal while my car is charging. This has come in most handy when driving long distances (I've been on 3 ~1500 mile trips over the past two months).

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The toaster oven and tea kettle sit on top of one wooden crate that has a drawer that extends out and over the lip of the trunk. I store everything you see on top of the crate in the crate when it's not in use.

View attachment 4097

This induction hot plate is sitting on top of a second crate and next to the first one.

The toaster oven, tea kettle, and hot plate are all powered off of a separate battery and inverter that can handle 1200-1500 watts of power. I am sure my next VW will have plugs stronger power outlets...
More ppl needs to see this
 
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