Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
There are cars that offer a little bit more front leg room and have broader interiors than the ID.4, but it doesn't leave you short of space. In fact, even though it's not the biggest car in the class, it’s still fine if you’re more than six feet tall.
Storage space is good too. There are sizeable door bins, handy-sized trays and cubbies within the centre console, and a glovebox (although that’s not massive).
The ID.4 can fit nine carry-on suitcases below its parcel shelf, which is two more than the Mach-E, EV6 and Ioniq 5. The Model 3 matches the ID.4's carrying capacity, but don’t forget that car is a saloon, with a narrower and less usable boot opening. The ID.4’s broad aperture means you can load it with much bulkier items.
There’s a small storage area under the boot floor that’s just about big enough for two charging cables. All but Life and GTX trims come with a height-adjustable boot floor as standard.