Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer UK price and spec confirmed

The Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer is now on sale in the UK, priced from £52,240.

Volkswagen’s first electric estate is available to order in just one trim level initially, with higher-spec and performance variants going on sale this summer.

The ID.7 Tourer Pro Match represents the entry point to the Tourer range, offering a range of 374 miles from a 77kWh battery. This can be charged at up to 175kW.

The Pro S model, which will go on sale in the coming months, offers the longest range and fastest charging of any ID.7 Tourer thanks to an 86kWh battery with a projected range of about 425 miles and charging at up to 200 kW. The all-wheel drive GTX model will use the 77kWh battery and come with 335bhp courtesy of two motors.

The ID.7 Tourer Pro Match features full LED front and rear lights, roof rails, diamond-cut 19-inch alloy wheels and an illuminated Volkswagen logo at the front and the rear. It also comes with keyless entry/start, intelligent automatic air conditioning with ‘smart’ air vents, and a 15-inch multimedia screen, plus a head-up display, heated steering wheel, and 30-colour ambient lighting as standard.

Volkswagen now has a really comprehensive line-up of exceptional cars in the upper mid-sized class, which are perfect for both families and business customers,” said Rod McLeod, director of Volkswagen UK. “Early reviews of the ID.7 Tourer have been really positive, with the car’s comfort and space in particular receiving lots of praise – and that’s before you consider its impressive range. I can’t wait to see the ID.7 Tourer on our roads now that it is available to order in the UK.”

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Matt Allan

Matt is Editor of EV Powered. He has worked in journalism for more than 20 years and been an automotive journalist for the last decade, covering every aspect of the industry, from new model reveals and reviews to consumer and driving advice. The former motoring editor of, The Scotsman and National World, Matt has watched the EV landscape transform beyond recognition over the last 10 years and developed a passion for electric vehicles and what they mean for the future of transport - from the smallest city cars to the biggest battery-powered trucks. When he’s not driving or writing about electric cars, he’s figuring out how to convert his classic VW camper to electric power.