Volkswagen announced the beefed-up ID.4 electrical crossover it entered in the NORRA Mexican one thousand Baja rally concluded the function. Pushed by professional pilot Tanner Foust, it was the only EV that participated in the race.
“This was all the things we experienced hoped for,” Foust claimed in a release. According to Volkswagen, the modified ID.4 sustained only small destruction to its rear bumper about the course of the 1,141-mile desert race. All of its primary devices (which includes the unmodified 201-horsepower, rear-wheel-drive electrical powertrain) labored as envisioned.
Baja racing normally takes a enormous toll on motorists and cars, so completing the NORRA Mexican one thousand without having a important breakdown is amazing, but the ID.4’s performance wasn’t stellar. Its full phase time of 37:38:thirty (which includes a 1:03:00 penalty) pegs it in 61st position. Most of the cars in advance of it are committed off-roaders, like a Jeep Wrangler,