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This is a great review of the ID.4:
Volkswagen’s ID.4 could make electrics go mainstream

He probably test drove one of the two ID.4s I saw at VW Santa Monica on Wednesday.
Funny how he mentioned that weird-colored seat belts world pick up dirt and spills over time, and that it was great how VW went with mainstream black seat belts. He must not have driven a 1stEd with that white steering wheel 😆
 

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"I was told the infotainment system had yet to be fully loaded with with customer-ready software" That seems a bit concerning to me.
 

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The author drove up by Oakland so he had the car before I saw them in L.A. County.

The IQ. Light was working on the ID.4s I saw. I remember it wasn’t working on the earlier video posted from the East Coast from Redline Reviews. I am not concerned. These are prototypes, not vehicles ready for the public to test drive...
 

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Funny how he mentioned that weird-colored seat belts world pick up dirt and spills over time, and that it was great how VW went with mainstream black seat belts. He must not have driven a 1stEd with that white steering wheel 😆
I would think not since the 1st edition is sold out and all the Pros available for the public to reserve will have black steering wheels.

One car I saw at the sneak peek had a 1st edition flitzer with a white steering wheel and white interior and the other car had an unmarked flitzer with a black steering wheel and black interior.

I remember back in high school my brother had a sports car with tan seatbelts that got filthy fast.

My first car was a 10 year old 1993 VW Corrado SLC with beige leather on the doors and seats. The beige leather was clean when I bought it with 104k miles and I kept it clean with leather cleaner & conditioner while I owned it.

They’re completely different materials, and it’s harder to clean a seat belt than a steering wheel. On the flip side sunscreen shows up easier on a black steering wheel...

I ordered my ID.4 Pro AWD with the Lunar Gray interior. I like light interiors and would have gone for a white steering wheel over a black steering wheel if it was available for the ID.4 with AWD.
 
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