Well, buck up and buy a Tesla then!
Kyle Connor of the Out of Specs Motoring on ID.4 reviews
Bjorn Nyland on the ID.4 range test
Using Bjorn's data though, I'm not sure the Model Y LR does ALL that much better than the VW does. It's better to be clear, but it's not THAT much better.
Tesla Model Y LR:
Granted the ID4 here was running on 20 inchers vs 18's for the Tesla, so that probalby ate 8-12 miles out of the VW range. And the Tesla has a better coefficient of drag that is going to show up in the higher speed numbers do to the 'reduced' air drag.
But at '55' (aka 90 kph), the difference is 15 miles more on the Tesla. The VW exceeds it's estimated range, while the Tesla is well short of theirs (250ish vs 320 ish)
At '75' (aka 120 kph), the difference grows to 28 miles more for the Tesla. Both are well short of the EPA range.
So if 28 miles at 75 is what breaks it for you, then yeah, buy a Tesla. If you were looking for 400 mile range like I get in my Audi Q5 on a full tank of gas, then we aren't there yet. Lucid is the closest, but they are yet to be driven and tested in the real world.
Edit: adding link to the spreadsheet with the above info TB test results - Google Sheets
Bjorn somehow got better range on the ID.4 AWD as well, which came out closer to what Kyle and team measured: