Thank you for the pictures. I just returned my leased e Golf so these are very helpful.
Great Photos! Were these taken at a dealer event? Or did you happen to see the ID.4 there?Using my e-Golf to give people an idea how big the ID.4 is compared to the Model Y:
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I agree, CUV is the proper description, particularly considering the very low ground clearance. Ford calls it as SUV, the EPA classifies it as a "Small Station Wagon!I am fine with Ford calling it a CUV but an SUV no.
There's your 8 inches @Huey52.Ground clearance of the most discussed vehicles:
Tesla Model 3 5.5 inch
Tesla Model Y 6.6 inch
Mustang Mach-E 5.7 inch
VW ID4 8.26
There's your 8 inches @Huey52.
Interesting that there is this much diversity here.
What is everyone's differentiation between SUV and CUV? I always used the old school definition so SUVs are only vehicles based on a truck platform while CUVs are unibody platform (granted, "skateboard" EV platform doesn't fall in either category). Using that classification, there are very few SUVs remaining. Only the Expedition remains in Ford's lineup as an SUV, all their other "SUVs" are unibody including the Explorer.