Volkswagen recently unveiled the new ID.7 GTX and GTX Tourer, announcing them as, currently, its brand’s most powerful electrics. The fastback goes from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.4 seconds and brings its 250 kW (340 hp) of power to the road effortlessly thanks to electric all-wheel drive with electric motors on the front and rear axles.

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This high-performance model has a WLTP range of 588 km in the fastback body and 577 km in the station wagon Tourer. The 86 kWh battery of ID.7 GTX and ID.7 Tourer GTX can be recharged up to 200 kW at DC fast-charging stations, going from 10 to 80 percent in just 26 minutes.

Until now, the ID.7 variants have only been available in Pro versions with a 77 kWh battery. The new ID.7 Pro S and ID.7 Tourer Pro S versions, just like the new GTXs, now come standard with an 86 kWh battery (gross capacity: 91 kWh). As a result, the range is significantly longer: the WLTP range of the new ID.7 Tourer Pro S has increased to 688 km, while that of the ID.7 Pro S fastback even goes up to 707 km. This means that both versions of the ID.7 Pro S have similar ranges to combustion engine models. In terms of equipment, the ID.7 Pro S and the ID.7 Tourer Pro S follow the Pro versions.