On February 19, Volkswagen announced that it is expanding its ID.7 portfolio in Europe with the all-new ID.7 Tourer which is one of the first all-electric estate cars in the upper mid-sized class. The vehicle is produced in Emden, Germany, alongside the ID.7 fastback saloon and ID.4 SUV. The Tourer is covering gasoline, diesel engines, plug-in hybrids, and all-electric vehicles. Combining the format of the Passat with increased rear height, the ID.7 Tourer claims a spacious luggage compartment of up to 605 liters with five passengers on board.
The ID.7 Tourer features the latest electric drive system with two battery sizes, offering ranges of up to 685 km. The largest battery supports a maximum charging capacity of 200 kW, allowing 10% to 80% recharge in less than 30 minutes at DC quick-charging stations.
The vehicle offers premium-class comfort and is equipped with innovative technological features, including an AR head-up display, automatically operated vents, ergoActive seats with a pressure-point massage function, and a panoramic sunroof with smart glass. Europe-wide presales for the ID.7 Tourer is set to begin in the first quarter of 2024.