I can help with a couple of those!Congratulations on purchase and best of luck with your new car.
Actually, I will not be purchasing a new car soon as I picked up a new 2019 Alltrack S last year. My wife's car is a 2016 Audi A6 Quattro. Perhaps the latter will get replaced soon?
I keep researching info on the ID.4 as it seems the best option for us when we do pull the trigger.
I do have some questions/comments;
1. The sunroof is fixed so that should prevent any leaks or creaks that come too often with panoramic sunroofs. How effective is the sunshade? My concern is that there would be too much heat coming into he car during the summer. If so, it could reduce battery range with A/C working harder. On the other hand, more sunlight coming into the car in the winter could extend the range. I am not a big fan of sunroofs as I prefer not to have the sun in my eyes when driving. Hopefully the sunshade is relatively opaque?
2. Many complain that the UI is slow. Perhaps this can be improved with a software update but I doubt it. VW probably needs to use a more powerful processor. Is it always slow or just when "sweeping" through screens?
3. VW generally has good build quality. How does it compare with other VWs? This is something really lacking with Teslas.
4. I am not sure about the ID.4 but my Alltrack has a Think Blue trainer in the car menu to help reduce fuel consumption.
5. If your car can report actual PSI for each tire, it means you have TP sensors in each wheel. Generally, I prefer the ABS based systems that look for a wheel that is spinning slightly faster than the rest to look for leaks. Normally one needs to/ should replace the sensors each time the tires are placed. My exception to the rules is for cars with no spare like my 911. I always drive with the tire pressures being displayed.
2.) I imagine this will get improved with OTA updates.
3.) The build quality of the early FE ID.4 I test drove at the dealership was excellent. On par with my current VW. Zero paint defects door misalignments, or panel misalignments.
5.) VW seems to prefer using the ABS Speed Sensor type of tire pressure monitoring. My GTI won't give me instant tire pressures, and I know other VW products are the same.