Volkswagen has given us a sneak peek of their upcoming ID.7 Tourer, which will be their first-ever all-electric estate. In the recently released photos, the wagon is seen with integrated QR codes and an autumn-themed cover. The estate version of the ID.7 saloon is expected to make its debut in Europe next year and will be produced alongside its sedan sibling at Volkswagen's plant in Emden, Germany. The automaker claims that the new ID.7 Tourer is impressively aerodynamic with a drag coefficient value of 0.24, while its electric sedan counterpart has a 0.23 Cd value. Volkswagen unveiled the highly anticipated ID.7, its first electric sedan, in early 2023. This electric sedan from the German carmaker boasts a range of approximately 700 kilometres and comes equipped with a 15.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, among other features. It will be a fierce competitor to the Tesla Model 3 in the global market. While the full design of the ID.7 Tourer is expected to be revealed in the coming months, let's take a closer look at the details that have recently been released.
Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer: Main Highliglights
The Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer's trunk can hold up to 545 litres of cargo when the rear seats are folded up, in a five-seater layout, which is 13 litres more than that of the ID.7 hatchback. Furthermore, the vehicle has a boot capacity of 1,714 litres with the back seats folded down. As of now, the wagon's specifications and design have not been revealed by the manufacturer, but the car is expected to have a driving range of roughly 700 kilometres, which is similar to that of its electric sibling, the ID.7 sedan. The first electric estate from Volkswagen's stable is anticipated to use the same 77kWh and 85kWh battery packs as the ID.7 in addition to its range. It is important to note that the exact details are currently under wraps.
Volkswagen ID.7 Electric Sedan
The new ID.7's electric sedan version made its global premiere in early 2023. It has two models — the Pro, and the Pro S, and comes with a range of features, such as an augmented reality head-up display, optional massage seats, a Harman Kardon 14-speaker system, ambient lighting, and connected car technology, to name a few. Based on the preliminary internal estimations, the ID.7 Pro S model will have a maximum range of 700 kilometres (WLTP) with the new and bigger 86kWh battery (net). In contrast, the ID.7 Pro variant with the 77kWh battery will offer a driving range of up to 615 kilometres (WLTP).