Inside the Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer: The all-new electric estate

  • Introducing the ID.7 Tourer, an electric estate car, among the first in its class in Europe.
  • ID.7 Tourer offers two battery sizes, achieving up to 685 kilometres, setting new standards.
  • Spacious interiors, up to 1,714 litres of luggage space, AR head-up display, and Wellness In-Car app.

The Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer, the spacious, comfort-driven, electric estate 

Volkswagen has unveiled the ID.7 Tourer – a stylish, spacious, and high-performance electric estate car. This trailblazer is among the first in its class. It’s expected to form an essential par of Volkswagen’s ID electric range, and will likely be a smash hit upon its entrance into the European market this year.

Practicality & Range

Space is a defining feature of the ID.7 Tourer, offering room for up to five people and a luggage capacity that’s off the charts. With an impressive 605 litres of space, expandable to a whopping 1,714 litres when you fold down the rear seats, it’s a family-friendly option that doesn’t compromise on practicality.

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The ID.7 come with two battery size options, the top-tier version boasts an incredible range of up to 685 kilometres. This top-tier battery has a maximum charging capacity of up to 200 kW at DC quick-charging stations. To charge, the estate can head from 10% to 80% in under 30 minutes. This reflects the new charging standards in the industry, becoming so convenient that range anxiety feels like a distant nightmare.

Design & Luxury Touches

There are plenty of additional comforts too. It will come with an automatic air conditioner, while optional seats with pressure-point massage add a touch of indulgence. The Wellness In-Car app lets you tailor your ride with preconfigured programmes like Fresh Up, Calm Down, and Power Break, creating a customised oasis on the road. It even comes with an AR head-up display to project essential information right into your line of sight.

The design blends classic estate elements with dynamic shooting brake aesthetics. Produced alongside other electric models in Germany, this car is a testament to Volkswagen’s commitment to electrifying the future.

The ID.7 Tourer is set to hit the market soon, with Europe-wide presales kicking off in the first quarter of the year. Pricing has not yet been confirmed, but we can expect this model to kick off fro around £55,000. With the successes of VW’s electric range up until now, this spacious, fast-charging, tech-filled family estate seems like a winner. Will you be giving it a spin?

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