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2024 Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer electric estate priced from £52,240

One of the first fully electric estate cars, VW's ID.7 Tourer promises impressive 425-mile range and a massive 605-litre boot

Volkswagen has unveiled its ID.7 Tourer, an estate version of its flagship ID.7 fastback saloon

The ID.7 Tourer – the latest addition to the ID range – promises more range, a larger boot, fast-charging capabilities, and interior luxury.

Sharing many of its design cues with the standard ID.7, this handsome estate aims to be aerodynamic and therefore more efficient.

VW ID.7 Tourer interior design and technology

the white and black interior of the new 2024 VW ID7 TourerInside, the cabin of the new Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer is very similar to that of the standard car.

Sitting in the centre of the dashboard is a large 15-inch touchscreen that runs the latest version of VW's infotainment software, allowing for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity.

Sitting below the tablet-style display is a large storage bin that's great for phones, keys, coins and wallets.

With the ID.7 Tourer, Volkswagen is introducing its largest update so far for the AR heads-up display, linking smartphone integration for the first time.

This means your iPhone or Android phone's maps can appear on this display. The whole AR function has been significantly upgraded, with new and optimised animations.

Volkswagen has also added the use of AI through ChatGPT for the first time. This enhances the car's virtual assistant, which can be activated by saying 'Hello IDA' to control a range of interior functions and navigational needs.

When it comes to comfort, the new ID.7 Tourer excels, offering automatically controlled air vents with electronic actuators and optional ergoActive seats, with functions such as pressure point massage and automatic air-conditioning.

Buyers can also choose a panoramic roof with smart glass; the glass layers can be electronically switched between opaque and clear, using either a slider in the roof or the IDA voice assistant. This helps limit the amount of light entering the cabin.

VW ID.7 Tourer electric range and charging

a light blue VW ID.7 Tourer parked on gravel facing the cameraAt the heart of the 2024 VW ID.7 Tourer is a 77kWh battery as standard that permits up to 175kW fast charging.

Opt for the larger 86kWh battery and you benefit from 200kW fast charging speeds, which means you can replenish the battery from 10% to 80% in less than 30 minutes.

Volkswagen promises a 426-mile (685km) WLTP range with the larger battery, and the German marque also says the ID.7 Tourer will be one of the most aerodynamically efficient estate cars you can buy.

It has a drag coefficient of just 0.24 – only slightly behind the ID.7's 0.23 – which helps it achieve this long range.

During longer journeys, an innovative charging and thermal management feature ensures the battery is pre-conditioned ahead of its next DC charging stop.

This means the charging time is reduced by several minutes – this is particularly useful in winter because batteries operate better at warmer temperatures.

Simply begin your journey following the car's in-built sat-nav and its Electric Vehicle Route Planner will know when to start pre-conditioning the battery before your next charging break.

Even without active route guidance switched on, this function can be manually activated in the infotainment system.

VW ID.7 Tourer boot space and practicality

The open boot of the new 2024 VW ID.7 TourerBeing an estate car, the ID.7 Tourer is much more practical than its fastback saloon sibling. While the standard ID.7 already gets a generous 532-litre boot, the Tourer increases this to 605 litres, expanding to 1,714 litres when the rear seats are folded flat.

This space continues throughout the cabin with a wide range of clever storage solutions, from the central compartment between the driver and front passenger to deep door pockets.

If that isn't enough for you, there's a range of accessories to increase the car's overall practicality, such as a luggage compartment plug-in module to divide the luggage compartment, a bicycle carrier, and an optional roof box that offers an extra 460 litres of space.

VW ID.7 Tourer prices and trims

The new Volkswagen will initially be launched in two different trims: ID.7 Tourer Pro and ID.7 Tourer Pro S.

Each will produce 282hp that's sent straight to the rear wheels. The ID.7 Tourer Pro has a 77kWh battery whereas the ID.7 Tourer Pro S is powered by an 86kWh battery.

The ID.7 Tourer will be priced slightly higher than the standard ID.7, with a starting price of £52,240. This puts it above the MG5 but below its i5 rival.

With tough competition from the MG5 and BMW i5 Touring, the ID.7 Tourer has a lot to live up to.

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