For the time being, the only ID.4 variant you can place an order for is the relatively pricey ID.4 '1ST Edition' which uses the 204PS version of the 77kWh battery pack. One of this will cost you around £38,000 (taking into account the government's £3,000 grant towards purchase). There are several features to mark the ID.4 '1ST Edition' apart from future ID.4 models. These include internal and external '1ST' badging, and a striking interior with 'Florence Brown' highlights. Four metallic exterior paint colours will be available for the '1ST Edition': Glacier White, Blue Dusk, Manganese Grey and Honey Yellow.
As you'd want for the money, this limited run version comes with plenty of standard kit. Externally this includes 20-inch 'Drammen' alloy wheels, LED headlights and taillights, tinted rear windows, and a reversing camera. Inside, drivers will find 'ArtVelours' microfleece seats which - like the steering wheel - are heated, plus 30-colour ambient lighting and a 10-inch infotainment display with 'Discover Pro' navigation. There's also the so-called 'ID. Light', a feature first seen on the ID.3, a dynamic LED band which runs the width of the windscreen, changing its pattern and colour to supplement and support navigation signals, charging status, driver assist technologies or the natural voice control. The model also offers a range of safety features including Adaptive Cruise Control, Front Assist, and Lane Assist, with parking sensors front and rear.