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'22 VW ID.4 AWD Pro-S (USA); 6,063 lbs; 82 kWh bat.; 48A/240v charging; 135kW DC fast charge


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Dick Bloomenkranz
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Katya_ABRP

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Katya_ABRP

Hi Dick,

Thank you for the suggestion!

To help us build the model, would you please also provide as much of the following information as you can find online (Ordered from most to least important):

- Usable Battery Capacity
- Range (WLTP is preferred)
- Weight
- Dimensions (Height, Width, Length)
- Coefficient of Drag
- Coefficient of Rolling Resistance

We can build a model based on only a partial set of these, but the more data you can provide the better the model will be. For charging, at least some of the following data is needed:

- Peak Charge Power
- Charge Time (including start/end %)
- Plot of Power vs SoC %

A video of a charging session from low to high SoC would also work quite well.

/Katya


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Eric Remington

A good amount of this data can be find on Wiki, there is also a '23 ID.4 that has a 170 kW fast charge:
- Usable Battery Capacity
--Both '22 and '23 are listed at 77 kWh usable
- Range (WLTP)
--RWD 324
--AWD 300
- Weight (kerb weight, kg)
--RWD 2,049
--AWD 2,224
- Dimensions (Height, Width, Length all in mm)
--H 1,636
--W 1,852
--L 4,584
- Coefficient of Drag
--0.28

- Peak Charge Power
--2022: 135 kW
--2023: 170 kW
- Charge Time (including start/end %)
--Best I can get you is the marketing: 10-80% in 30 min

Unfortunately, my ID.4 won't be delivered until next month, but hopefully that's a start for you. I will keep you posted as I find more data.

Hope that helps!


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