Though Volkswagen has yet to confirm a launch date for its ID.4, currently only stating it will be by the end of September, it recently released a number of images of the car’s interior, as well as some sparse detail on the specification.
Front and center of the interior is a touchscreen display, with the driver only afforded a small instrument panel, similar to the layout of the ID.3. VW says ambient lighting is provided in both the door cards and dash, with a range of 30 colors, while a lighting strip across the dashboard will be used to alert the driver to scenarios such as incoming phone calls and sat-nav alerts.
According to the company, the upholstery will be available in a number of finishes, including animal product-free leatherette and ArtVelour, a microfiber material produced from 20% recycled PET. The seats will also be available with pneumatic lumbar support and massage functions.