Volkswagen Reveals Further Information Regarding the 2025 ID.7 Electric Sedan

Volkswagen is revealing additional information about the future ID.7 mid-size electric sedan in advance of its launch, which is helping the vehicle come into focus. The ID.7 will give VW one of the most varied lineups of electric cars when it debuts for the 2025 model year; it will share dealerships with the ID.4 electric SUV and the ID. Buzz vintage minivan.


Specifics of Performance

The ID.7 will be rivaled by the 2023 Tesla Model 3 and the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6, with a rear-mounted electric engine producing 402 pounds of torque and 282 horsepower. According to Volkswagen, the ID.7 can reach a top speed of 112 mph and accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 6.5 seconds.


With its 82-kilowatt-hour battery pack, the vehicle is said to have a 386-mile WLTP range. (It’s crucial to remember that WLTP range estimations are typically marginally greater than EPA range predictions.) In contrast, the EPA rates the single-motor Model 3 at 272 miles, while the Ioniq 6 achieves an EPA-rated 361 miles in its rear-drive version.


The Tape Story


With a length of 195.3 inches, the ID.7 is 10.5 inches longer than the Model 3 and 4.2 inches longer than the Ioniq 6. With a width of 73.3 inches, it falls in between the two rivals, and at 60.5 inches tall, it is 3.7 inches higher than the Tesla and 1.6 inches higher than the Hyundai. VW seems to have set the standard for the interior room with the Model 3, since the Ioniq 6’s headroom measures 40.2 inches up front and 36.9 inches in back, respectively, beating the Tesla’s by 0.1 inch.


Together with VW’s Dynamic Chassis Control adaptive dampers, a 30-color ambient lighting system, a 700-watt Harmon Kardon audio system with 14 speakers, and an electrochromic sunroof that can change from opaque to transparent, the ID.7 will also come equipped with these features.

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