create a VLAN 10 with his SVI part of the "test" VRF. In the switchports part of VLAN 10 I assume that you will attach some customer related servers or end point.
Then you create a subinterface connected with the next hop at the customer, also part of the "test" VRF.
This will create a "test" VRF routing table with 2 connected subnets: 192.168.1.0/24 and 10.25.4.0/24. Off course you will need a default gateway towards your next hop at the customer but here you made a small mistake:
you should include the VRF name in your static route:
ip route vrf test 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.25.4.1
After this you will have a fully operational environment without any impact on your current and global routing.
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