Volkswagen ID.7 render images show the electric VW Arteon successor without camouflage
With the ID.7, the largest German automaker has finally unveiled its all-electric successor to the sleek Volkswagen Arteon. The official presentation, which took place at CES 2023 in Las Vegas earlier this week, only showed the electric sedan with a rather peculiar type of digital camouflage, which means that the final design of the VW ID.7 was barely decipherable.
However, the talented graphic designers at Kolesa have now provided two unofficial render images that show the Volkswagen ID.7 in all its glory and without any camouflage. The pictures illustrate the electric Arteon replacement, which will sport an impressive WLTP range of 435 miles per charge, in a fairly conservative white paint color. Additionally, the EV adopts several design elements from the VW ID. Aero concept car, which we reported on last year.
For example, the taillights of the almost 200 inches long VW ID.7 are integrated into a black bar that stretches across the entire rear of the car. Furthermore, the electric sedan comes with a black rear bumper, which was already present on the ID. Aero, although it looked much more elegant than it does on the ID.7. If this purported design turns out to be true, the design of Volkswagen’s latest EV will be, once again, a matter of taste, since the company does not really stick to the sleek design language that made the VW Arteon a real eye-catcher.