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Long-distance Driver Rainer Zietlow and Photographer Derek Collinshave reached the turnaround point on their epic trip across the U.S.A in a Volkswagen ID.4.

29 Sep 2021 | International News : U.S.A

Long-distance Driver Rainer Zietlow and Photographer Derek Collins have reached an impressive milestone on their epic, cross-country road trip in the Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV as the duo touched down at their turnaround point in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Over 60 days ago, Zietlow and Collins took off from Herndon, Virginia with a mission to visit more than 600 Volkswagen Dealers in 48 states with Volkswagen's first long-range EV for the U.S.A, the ID.4. When the duo reached the turnaround point in Los Angeles, they had driven 35,893km and visited 418 Volkswagen dealerships across 36 states. The pair also made time to stop by six Volkswagen Group of America offices to meet with employees and share stories of their adventure.

The pair have already travelled more than 35,893km across the U.S.A in their Volkswagen ID.4
Throughout their journey, Zietlow and Collins have taken the ID.4 through the bustling streets of New York City, the bountiful cornfields in the Midwest, the volcanic rock landscapes in Oregon and along many other places of interest in the U.S.A.

The team has documented their stops at quintessentially American destinations, such as vintage diners with neon signs and larger-than-life statues.

The journey continues along the southern half of the U.S.A as Zietlow and Collins make their way back to the East Coast. They will continue to chronicle the event at the Volkswagen U.S.A tour site here, where visitors to the website can also monitor the location of the ID.4 in real-time.

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