With an official guide price of $33,300, FAW-Volkswagen ID.7 Vizzion formally launched pre-sales in China on November 22. VW and two regional manufacturers have partnered to create FAW-VW and SAIC-VW. They manufacture vehicles with subtly altered styling.
The ID.7 Vizzion's design language is consistent with the VW ID family; it features a hatchback body with integrated side-mounted hidden door handle design. With a substantial wheelbase of 2965mm, the car's dimensions are 4956mm in length, 1862mm in width, and 1537mm in height. The ID.7 Vizzion's roof has a SkyView canopy that blocks more than 83% of heat and 99% of UV rays to improve driving visibility.
Under the hood, an 84.8kWh NMC battery powers the ID.7 Vizzion series. There are two types of four-wheel drive systems available in the lineup: dual-motor and single-motor.
The four-wheel drive version has a CLTC range of 570 km, whereas the two-wheel drive model reaches a range of 642 km. A rear-wheel drive with a single motor that can produce 150kW of peak power and 310Nm of peak torque is the first model that is being offered for pre-sale.
A 15-inch 2K floating screen and an AR HUD guidance system are features of the ID.7 Vizzion. In order to improve the user experience, the car is equipped with iFlytek voice technology in addition to the next-generation ID OS 2.0 car system.
The 3.0 assisted driving system is integrated into the ID.7 Vizzion. This system supports IPA + TPA parking and adds an interactive lane change assistance feature. One of its features is the Air hidden air-conditioning system, which can change air volume and wind direction in response to variations in light. Additionally, ID.7 Vizzion features a 16-channel Harman Kardon audio system.
Before the pre-sale price of ID.7 Vizzion exceeded most media's expectations, the starting price was expected to be between $25,000 and $30,000. Nonetheless, ID.7 starts at more than $60,000 in many European nations. In the Chinese market, the price is nearly half that of Europe.
Volkswagen's pure electric vehicles currently have a market share of about 4% in China, far lower than major competitors such as BYD and Tesla.