Volkswagen’s brand-new ID.7 electric sedan—basically a Passat with an electrifying overhaul—was unveiled at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show, and from that single camouflaged vehicle and earlier spy photos, one artist was able to peel away the disguise and create these stunning renderings.
When you pay close attention to the ID.7 prototype unveiled at CES, it’s easy to make out the light clusters, bumpers, and other features. To begin with, its headlights are easily noticeable due to their unique shape which is seamlessly incorporated into the bodywork design. Additionally, even through all of that camouflage hiding its bumper details from view – there isn’t much left for your imagination.
VW’s upcoming ID.7 model is anticipated to be equipped with a full-length light bar adorning the back, only broken up by the VW logo. This can be seen through camouflage that covers most of it, but not fully hides its outline or how it wraps around both sides of the car on top of illuminating all four corners in bright lights.
Despite not quite being as tall as the Polestar 2, the ID.7 stands out among current body style standards of crossovers and sedans looking taller than a Passat. Remarkably similar to Polestar 2, at first glance, it appears that ID.7 is a sedan but in reality, it’s actually a five-door hatchback with an impressively wide trunk opening.
Volkswagen has already unveiled the interior of its new ID.7 and it promises to be a luxurious experience! With its huge central screen, a modernized design that draws inspiration from the Skoda Enyaq’s traditional style, and an expansive wheelbase extending 116.9 inches for maximum passenger comfortability — you can expect a ride akin to Volkswagen’s Phaeton when inside this car.