Looking at pre-Dieselgate prices, a 2015 Jetta 1.8T SE had a starting price of $19,815, while a Jetta TDI SE had a starting price of $24,895 (an increase of 25%). At the higher end of the range, the price difference was a bit smaller. A gas engine Touareg started at $45,615 while the TDI started at $53,155 (an increase of 17%).
Judging by these estimations, VW’s electric models will likely cost 17-25% more than the equivalent gas car. If the I.D. Crozz ends up being similar to the Tiguan, it would likely cost around $30,000 (roughly 25% more than the Tiguan’s $24,195 starting price).