Volkswagen kicks off pre-sales for the ID.7 Tourer station wagon

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Volkswagen just opened up pre-sales for its electric ID.7 Tourer estate car – or station wagon, as it’s known in the US.

The ID.7 sedan landed in April 2023, and is currently sold in North America (where it replaces the Passat), Europe, and China (where it’s known as the ID.7 Vizzion).

In mid-February, VW launched the ID.7 station wagon in Germany. Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer pre-sales have now launched there, and the price starts at €54,795.

The ID.7 station wagon can, at present, be configured as the ID.7 Tourer Pro with a 210 kW output and a 77 kW battery. The Tourer Pro has an impressive 607-km (377-mile) WLTP range. Its charging capacity is up to 175 kW at DC fast charging stations, and VW asserts it can be charged from 10-80% in about 28 minutes. 

Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer
Photo: Volkswagen

VW’s first electric station wagon has a spacious load capacity of up to 1,714 liters. Even with five people on board, there’s a luggage compartment volume of up to 605 liters with the rear bench seat backrest in the cargo position.

Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer
Photo: Volkswagen

Standard features are pretty comprehensive and include an infotainment system with a touchscreen, two-zone automatic AC, IDA voice assistant, heated seats, and a rain sensor. Assist systems are also included as standard.

Fun custom packages on offer include a panoramic Smart Glass sunroof that can be electronically switched between opaque or clear, a new wellness app with three preconfigured programs – Fresh Up, Calm Down, and Power Break – and an interior package with 30-color background lighting, ergoActive comfort front seats, and a 700W output Harman Kardon sound system.

The ID.7 Tourer and the ID.7 sedan are manufactured at the Volkswagen plant in Emden, Germany.


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