The VW ID.4 is about to begin deliveries in the U.S., but InsideEVs and others have already begun doing range tests. While there is a thread about real-world range from December, it already had a number of posts with no actual figures, so I thought a fresh one that kicks off with numbers, which owners can soon begin to add their own results, might be a good idea. So, the EPA range for the VW ID.4 is 250 combined. Using the EPA efficiency numbers, that maths out to 230 miles highway, 275 city. Our first test was done starting at 39 F, warming up just a bit, so was in the lower 40's for most of the drive. You should expect even better numbers in the summer. To sum up, we covered 230 miles before rolling into the fast-charge station with only 4 estimated miles left with 2% of battery state of charge. Pretty durn good, I think. Check out the video for a bunch more insight. It's just over 11 minutes and there are some good observations to be had. The article (linked above in red) also has a handy chart with different distances to expect at different states of charge.