As South Asian nations push for faster adoption of cleaner vehicles, Volkswagen India, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, is planning to launch the ID.4 electric SUV in India. The German marque will follow the same route as Kia is doing with EV6. They will launch the ID.4 in limited 2500 units via the CBU (Completely Built Unit) route. This is in tune with the rule set by the Government of India which states that automakers can import a limited number (2500 units) of cars to the country without homologation.As per reports, Mr Ashish Gupta, the brand director of Volkswagen India, revealed in an interview that they are “looking to get the ID.4”. Testings will start from August 2022 onwards followed by internal preparations to set up the ecosystem for its upcoming EVs. Post which, VW will bring in limited volumes of the top-spec variant of the ID.4 into the country in 2023.