Volkswagen Outlined Two Trims for the Upcoming 2025 ID.7

Chris Teague
by Chris Teague

The 2025 Volkswagen ID.7 will be here soon, and the automaker recently outlined specs for the upcoming electric sedan. VW will offer it in two configurations with up to 335 horsepower and said that pricing details will be available closer to the vehicle’s launch in the third quarter of this year.


Buyers will be able to choose from two ID.7 trims, including the Pro S and Pro S Plus. An 82-kWh battery is standard, and rear-drive models get 282 horsepower and 402 pound-feet of torque. The available all-wheel drive variants will sport 335 horsepower.


Volkswagen equips 19-inch wheels and illuminated logos. Keyless access with proximity sensors and a power tailgate are also standard. The ID.7 is a large sedan and will be available with adaptive dampers to keep the hefty body in check. Pro S models get 20-inch wheels.


A 15-inch infotainment display with an augmented reality head-up display comes by default, and the car gets a panoramic glass roof with electrochromic tinting. The feature lets the driver “frost” the glass without the need for a shade or cover. A heated steering wheel and 12-way heated front seats are also on board the Pro S trim, along with massaging and memory features for front passengers. The Pro S adds a 700-watt Harman Kardon sound system with 14 speakers and a subwoofer.


Standard safety tech includes VW’s IQ.Drive software, which brings semi-automated driving functionality, parking distance sensors, forward collision warnings, automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, lane departure alerts, adaptive cruise control, and blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts.


[Image: VW]


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Chris Teague
Chris Teague

Chris grew up in, under, and around cars, but took the long way around to becoming an automotive writer. After a career in technology consulting and a trip through business school, Chris began writing about the automotive industry as a way to reconnect with his passion and get behind the wheel of a new car every week. He focuses on taking complex industry stories and making them digestible by any reader. Just don’t expect him to stay away from high-mileage Porsches.

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  • SCE to AUX What a farce.Besides, "patriotism" has been redefined a hundred different ways in the last 20+ years. Disagree with one of them, and you're a traitor.And for starters, Jeep is a Stellantis brand with its HQ in the Netherlands. If this persistent myth about patriotism is ever cracked, the brand is doomed.
  • MaintenanceCosts I'm definitely seeing more dealer-level discounts than I did a year ago, but not a lot of lower MSRPs.
  • MaintenanceCosts Some people are fooled by sticking little flag badges on stuff, I guess.
  • Bkojote I'm proud to drive my Jeep, an American car that was made in Mexico and engineered in Italy for Brazil by a French-Italian company discarded by the Germans and now headquartered in the Netherlands.Sure my Renegade is a pile, but it's the same brand that made the XJ Cherokee! And that's as American as they come, as it was financed and engineered by the French whose colors are also red white and blue, and who could forget the Wrangler, which is proudly assembled in Ohio by a Korean firm they subcontracted to.
  • Paul Alexander Pretty cool that WalMart, the driving force behind consumer products all being Made-In-China and the destruction of Main Street USA, is considered patriotic.
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