Volkswagen isn’t about to give up on sedans as they introduce the 2025 ID.7, a fully electric take on the midsized sedan segment.
The new 2025 VW ID.7 touts the MEB platform from the brand and will utilize a 282-horsepower electric motor and a choice of two battery packs, a 77-kWh pack for vehicles destined for the USA or an 86-kWh pack for other markets.
Using the 77-kWh battery and 282-horsepower motor to power the rear wheels, the new ID.7 should be good for a range of 350 miles or more. The larger battery, which could later be reserved for a potential two-motor all-wheel-drive version of the ID.7 at a later date, looks to get well over 400 miles of range with just the single motor setup. Either way, the ID.7 will perform better than the ID.4 and have a longer range out of the gates.
The new VW ID.7 looks the proper part of what some may claim to resemble a natural evolution of current VW sedans, including the unique Arteon. With about the same size proportions of the Arteon, the ID.7 expands on spacing using its flat floor and has expansive cargo space through the rear hatch.
There’s a new 15-inch infotainment system touchscreen adorning the center of the dashboard with a minimalist approach to the dashboard setup, as we’ve seen in many modern Volkswagens. An augmented reality head-up display will come as standard equipment while massaging seats and a new driver-assistance system will be available.
Currently, there’s not much additional information being divulged on the new VW ID.7, but we were able to confirm that we are getting such a vehicle here in the USA, including the fact that it will be built in Germany with an expectation to hit dealerships sometime next year.