Volkswagen has released pricing details on the 2023 ID.4 electric SUV, starting at $38,790.

That price is for the ID.4 Standard, and it does include VW’s $1,295 destination charge. It does not, however, include any potential tax incentives, including the up-to $7,500 in federal tax credits.

The ID.4 Standard is a new trim for the ID.4, offering a lower cost of entry for potential EV buyers. The tradeoff is that its battery is slightly smaller with a gross capacity of 62kWh; the Standard is also only available in rear-wheel drive (RWD). It tallies up to a Volkswagen-estimated range of up to 208 miles.

For a little extra range, ID.4 Pro comes packed with a larger 82kWh battery, good for an estimated 275 miles. It starts at $43,790 with destination-- that is, if you’re looking for the RWD variant. The all-wheel drive (AWD) model will start at $47,590 with destination. From there, things follow a similar trend with various models in between. For 2023, the ID.4 range will max out at the ID.4 AWD Pro S Plus, retailing for $55,290.

We recently covered the ramping up of ID.4 production at Volkswagen’s plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. These US-made models are expected to reach dealerships this fall.