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Greek police are testing their new ID.4 Pilot project
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09/10/21
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4

Volkswagen and the Greek state are transforming the Aegean island of Astypalaia into a sustainable electric island. Here’s how Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding the first few days with their new ID.4 official cars.

How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
On Astypalaia, Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis hand over the first electric police cars in Greece.
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
As of this summer, civil servants on Astypalaia are using the new ID.4 as their official car.
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
Lookout Castellano: View from the 366-metre-high mountain in the southeast of the island.

The longest distance: 35 kilometres and back

How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4

Conversion to police car

How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
Now part of the street scene on Astypalaia: electric powered police cars based on the ID.4.

Training courses and extensive test drives

How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
Police officers on Astypalaia: They like the “high-tech” impression, quality workmanship and robust construction of the ID.4.
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4
How Astypalaia’s civil servants are finding their new ID.4

Volkswagen at the IAA MOBILITY 2021