The AWD in vezel is am electronic all wheel drive system. It distributes the power to the rear wheels using some complex electronics. So it's not actually an AWD that you control, the car judges the terrain and is the in-charge.
Hence you get slower acceleration, consumes more fuel, and on top the maintenance increases. Plus vezel in no way is of road capable imo. Hence all your everyday requirements can be fulfilled by the fwd version with its traction control, makes step climbs a piece of cake. And handles all the slippery and sharp curves., the max that one will be ding with their vezel.
The hybrids are increasing hence maintenance is becoming easier. Whereas the e-4WD vehicles are just a handful here.