Volkswagen’s New ID.7 Electric Sedan Unveiled Without Camo!
Volkswagen is set to release the 2025 Volkswagen ID.7, a mid-size electric family car that is similar in size to the Passat sedan. This car follows the release of the electric ID.4 SUV and ID.Buzz minivan. The ID.7 is based on the ID.Aero concept and is designed to be both stylish and aerodynamic. It is expected to offer both front- and all-wheel drive electric powertrains when it becomes available as a 2024 model. Its driving range is expected to be longer than the ID.4's range, which is rated for up to 275 miles per charge. The ID.7 will come with a large 15-inch infotainment touchscreen and a head-up display that can project navigation instructions and key vehicle information such as speed.
Although Volkswagen hasn't disclosed the exact size of the battery for the ID.7, its sleeker design is anticipated to provide a greater driving range than its SUV counterpart. According to Volkswagen, the car can cover up to 435 miles on the WLTP cycle, but it is unlikely to achieve the same results on the more demanding EPA test cycle or in practical usage in the United States.
In the coming months, Volkswagen (VW) is expected to launch its latest electric sedan, the 2025 Volkswagen ID.7, for production. Previously, VW had revealed a camouflaged version of the car, but it was recently spotted in Germany without camouflage, providing a more detailed glimpse of what to anticipate.
By 2026, Volkswagen plans to launch ten new electric vehicle models, including a new sedan that will be the second electric model available globally after the ID.4. Volkswagen aims to have an electric vehicle in every category, and the production version of the ID.7 is expected to be introduced globally in the second quarter of 2023.