If traditional manufacturers now have fairly extensive ranges of electric cars, such as the ID models. of Volkswagen, SUVs are over-represented there. Families who would like to go electric, but who are not fond of this type of bodywork, have few choices available to them. Electric MPVs are certainly quite numerous, but their autonomy is generally low and they struggle to hide their utilitarian origins. As a result, customers may be tempted to opt for a station wagon, but again, the offer does not meet all needs.
Only two models are currently available in France: the MG5 station wagon, sold from €32,990 (excluding bonuses), and the Sport Turismo and Cross Turismo versions of the Porsche Taycan, whose prices start just below €100,000. but can even exceed €200,000 for certain versions, without even having a heavy hand on the options.
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There is therefore a gap between these two cars, which will soon be occupied by the Opel Astra Electric SportsTourer, Peugeot e-308 SW, Nio ET5 Touring and BMW i5 Touring. Another model will also arrive soon. This is the station wagon version of the Volkswagen ID.7, awaited for a (very) long time. It had been prefigured by the ID concept. Space Vizzion from 2019 and Volkswagen is now formalizing its name: it will be ID.7 Tourer.
A drag coefficient more flattering than its trunk volume
Volkswagen is also publishing the first images of its future electric station wagon, still hidden under camouflage. These photos nevertheless allow us to observe the lines of the ID.7 Tourer, which have been designed to limit aerodynamic resistance. The drag coefficient (CX) thus reaches 0.24, which is a very good score for a break. This augurs a very well preserved autonomy compared to the classic ID.7 (CX of 0.23), which announces a WLTP range of up to 620 km, with its useful 77 kWh battery.
The trunk volume increases from 532 l on the sedan to 545 l on this Tourer version (loading volume of 1714 l when folding the bench seat). This is significantly less than the new Passat SW, whose trunk has a volume of 690 l (loading volume of 1920 l when folding the seat), while the ID.7 Tourer should nevertheless be a few centimeters longer, to reach approximately 5 m. This difference could have been compensated for by a secondary trunk under the front hood, but the ID.7 unfortunately lacks one.
Like the sedan, the ID.7 Tourer will be produced in Emden, Germany. It will debut in 2024, Volkswagen announces. Its prices should be only a few hundred euros higher than the sedan, sold in France from €62,650 all the same.