Volkswagen previously unveiled the ID Vision concept in 2018, previewing a fully electric sedan that will be at the top of the ID. Lineups that currently include ID.3, ID.4, ID.5, ID.6 and ID.Buzz. If
The upcoming flagship EVO goes by the codename Aero, but when it finally enters production, it will simply be known as ID.7. This is accordingly Auto motors and sportsA list of names recently appeared in the European Patent Office with the German publication – Volkswagen also has other protected names from ID.1 to ID.9.
ID.7 will be accompanied by ID.7 Tourer, the original version of the wagon that is currently being previewed by ID. Space Vizzion concept from 2019 (codename Aero B). New ID. The duo will be based on Volkswagen’s MEB platform and will be produced in Emden, Germany, along with ID.4.
The ID.7 models will serve as all-electric replicas of the Volkswagen Passat, which is also offered in sedan and wagon body styles. We don’t have an official specification yet, but the ideas give us some idea of what to expect.
In the case of ID Vizzion, it offers a 111-kWh battery with a range of 665 km as well as 306 PS (302 hp or 225 kW) in a dual-motor setup – two-thirds of the rear power. In terms of performance, it takes 6.3 seconds to get from 0-100 km / h and will hit a maximum speed of 180 km / h.
Meanwhile, the recent ID. The Space Vision battery has a gross power capacity of 82 kWh (77 kWh usable) up to 590 km following the WLTP standard. Like its sedan counterpart, it comes with a rear-biased all-wheel drive powertrain rated at 340 PS (335 hp or 250 kW) with the option of rear-wheel drive. Volkswagen says the Wagon EV has a drag coefficient of 0.24 and will complete the Century Sprint in 5.4 seconds.
According to EV insideID.7 will probably be launched in 2023, with Wagon coming after 2024. A camouflage example of ID.7, which was tested earlier this year, is the complete opposite of the concept.
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