In an attempt to flesh out its lineup with more EVs, Volkswagen is adding a “coupe” version of the ID.4, which takes the ID.5 designation.
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The Volkswagen ID.5 is the upscale sibling to the ID.4 electric crossover.
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The ID.5 is intended to be more stylish, but its front-end appearance is nearly identical.
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The ID.5 has a slightly more curvaceous roofline than the ID.4.
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Shown here in top-spec GTX trim, the ID.5 features a rear spoiler.
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The ID.5 GTX is powered by front and rear electric motors that make a combined 295 horsepower.
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Powering the ID.5 is a 77.0-kWh battery pack, same as in the ID.4.
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The ID.5 dashboard is lifted directly from the ID.4
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Blue upholstered insets on the door panels help liven up the interior of the GTX.
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The ID.5 features a 12-inch touchscreen along with an overload of touch controls including a touch slider for system volume.
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The ID.5 is going on in Europe, but currently, there are no plans to bring it to the United States.
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