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EU versions aren't lit. What about US? Is this a Gradient feature, a PRO-S or what? If you have it, do you like it and/or were you charged extra? And yeah... it's a stupid question and I'm not sure about whether to like it or not.

Front / Rear window defrost: Is this a feature, an option or what? Yes, I'm sure REAL men don't need it... they just scrape. But it comes in handy if you're not in Florida.
 

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Lighted logo is on the Pro S trim (exclusive of Gradient package, which only adds the 20" wheels and black roof / silver trim & rails).

Window defrost is standard on all models; mesh heated windscreen will be on the AWD Pro and Pro S only.

Do you have access to the order guide? US ID.4 Order Guide
 

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Nah. Just the website and Q&A on the chatline or with the salesman. Not the most efficient things. Website is woefully underspecific on what's included (unless I missed something). And y'know.... for a car that's trying to reach out to gas vehicle owners who might not be 100% familiar with EV's and might have a lot of questions, the website should either be fleshed out a LOT more (yet VW's own engineer for ID sales says they realize buyers will be web-oriented), or they should just say, "Wanna know more... check with a dealer". That's to say, either make the website do the job, or train the dealers better. To its credit, Cadillac is requiring dealers to invest in training their staff for EV's, or quit being Caddy dealers. What's VW's position?

So thanks for the link!
 

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Nah. Just the website and Q&A on the chatline or with the salesman. Not the most efficient things. Website is woefully underspecific on what's included (unless I missed something). And y'know.... for a car that's trying to reach out to gas vehicle owners who might not be 100% familiar with EV's and might have a lot of questions, the website should either be fleshed out a LOT more (yet VW's own engineer for ID sales says they realize buyers will be web-oriented), or they should just say, "Wanna know more... check with a dealer". That's to say, either make the website do the job, or train the dealers better. To its credit, Cadillac is requiring dealers to invest in training their staff for EV's, or quit being Caddy dealers. What's VW's position?

So thanks for the link!
The VW dealer I bought my 1st Edition from trained both a salesman and a mechanic. But that said I really wonder about a dealer that does not even have an EV charging station! My dealer used the included level 1 unit to charge my ID4. But at least I left there with full charge. Another VW dealer's sales rep told me that VW was requiring its dealers to install Level 2 charging stations. But you know car sales persons, they are not always straight forward. They often tell customers anything to make a sale!
 
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