Volkswagen Puts a Price Tag on the ID.7 Tourer, Hot GTX To Follow This Summer

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Roughly two months ago, Volkswagen pulled the cover off the ID.7 Tourer. The model is a station wagon version of the sedan, boasting an improved cargo area and a shooting brake-like back end.
Fast forward to today (April 16, 2024), and the ID.7 Tourer is on sale in the United Kingdom, where Volkswagen only offers it in the Pro Match specification for now, promising that the Pro S and the hot GTX will go on sale this summer.

Pricing starts at £52,240 on the road, which equals $65,095 at today's exchange rates. In exchange for paying the equivalent of a brand-new BMW X5 (MSRP) in the United States, customers will get an electric mid-size estate featuring numerous accouterments as standard.

Speaking of the gear offered at no extra cost, the Wolfsburg car manufacturer mentions the LED lighting units at both ends, roof rails, 19-inch diamond-cut alloys, and illuminated company logo at the front and rear, with the latter being an extra over its shorter roof sibling.

Moving to the cockpit, VW mentions premium materials, automatic air conditioning with smart air vents, and the Wellness app, which allows users to adjust various functions to preconfigured programs like Calm Down, Fresh Up, and Power Break, and these should come in handy on longer journeys.

2024 VW ID\.7 Tourer
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Keyless entry and go is also on deck, and the 30-color ambient lighting provides a moodier experience at night or in low-light conditions. A head-up display with augmented reality, a multi-function steering wheel with a heating function, a rearview camera, the Discover Pro navigation system, a 15-inch screen, and a few other goodies are also included.

Those interested in the panoramic sunroof with smart glass should know that this is an optional extra. The transparent roof uses a polymer-dispersed liquid crystal (PDLC) layer integrated into the glass, which allows it to become opaque or transparent at the push of a button. The ergoActive heated front seats with massaging, which offer a premium feel, are also available as an option.

This model has a 605-liter (21.4 cu-ft) cargo capacity, which increases to 1,714 liters (60.5 cu-ft) by folding down the rear seats. As for the driving range, you are looking at 374 miles (602 km). The 77 kWh battery pack can be charged at 175 kW. This is also the battery found on the sporty GTX all-wheel drive variant, whereas the Pro S gets a larger unit with an 86 kWh capacity, which can be charged at up to 200 kW and provides a range of around 425 miles (684 km).

As mentioned above, Volkswagen is only accepting orders for the Pro Match version of the ID.7 Tourer in the United Kingdom, as the higher-specced Pro S and the hot GTX will go on sale this summer.
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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