Volkswagen has chosen the stage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (the world’s most important consumer electronics fair) to partially unveil the new ID.7. This is the first 100% electric sedan from the German manufacturer, built on the technical fundamentals of the other battery-powered cars Made in Wolfsburg.
Under the gaudy electroluminescent livery, therefore, the Meb constructive architecture is hidden, developed precisely to act as a backbone for the vehicles on tap by the Teutonic four-wheel giant. The ID.7 is also a direct evolution of the ID.Aero concept, presented a few months ago: from the latter it takes over the sophisticated aerodynamics, essential for achieving a high range. The one declared, in fact, is equal to 700 km, approved according to the Wltp cycle.
Inside the ID.7 there is a new display dedicated to the instrumentation, a head-up display in augmented reality – it projects the main driving information onto the windshield, in the driver’s field of vision – and a 15″ screen, from which infotelematics. The man-machine interface is completed by voice commands, through which even the air conditioning functions can be set. The car, which recalls the setting of the traditional Passat, will be marketed globally: further technical details will be released during 2023.