Volkswagen has commenced on-road testing of the upcoming VW ID.7, the brand’s first all-electric station wagon. Set to launch in Europe in 2024, the electric ID.7 sedan has launches in Germany, ID.7 Tourer will join the ID.7 sedan as part of Volkswagen’s growing ID.
VW ID.7 Tourer prototype retains the sleek styling of the standard ID.7, with a flowing roofline and tapered rear section. Aerodynamic enhancements like an enclosed grille help achieve a low 0.24 drag coefficient, promising excellent driving range.
Volkswagen states the ID.7 Tourer will offer 545 liters of cargo space behind the rear seats, expanding to 1,714 liters with the seats folded. The wagon aims to blend sustainability and practicality for environmentally conscious families.
The ID.7 Tourer shares the modular MEB platform with the ID.7 sedan, ID. Buzz van, and other ID. models. This optimized architecture delivers smart packaging and streamlined production.
Customers can expect similar electric motor configurations and battery sizes as the ID.7 lineup, potentially ranging up to 700km (435 miles) of range. Charging and technology features will also likely carry over from the well-equipped sedan.
As VW electric transformation accelerates, the versatile ID.7 Tourer fills an important niche in the brand’s portfolio. This spacious, sustainable wagon caters to European buyers needing both efficiency and cargo practicality.
ID.7 Tourer further expands Volkswagen’s EV options, slotting between the ID.7 sedan and ID. Buzz multi-passenger van. As testing continues, ID.7 Tourer moves closer to its targeted production launch for European markets in 2024.