VW adds 335bhp GTX to ID.7 saloon line-up

James Batchelor

9 Jun 2024

Volkswagen's ID.7 electric saloon has become the latest model to get firm's GTX range-topping trim level.

GTX is currently Volkswagen's performance specification for its electric models, and has been applied in recent months to the ID.3 hatchback, ID. Buzz MPV and the ID.7 Tourer. Like the Buzz and ID.7 estate car, the saloon will use a twin-motor set-up that packs 335bhp – 53bhp more than the standard ID.7 saloon – allowing for a zero to 62mph acceleration time of 5.4 seconds. 

Power comes from the same 86kWH battery pack that can be charged from 10-80% in less than 30 minutes thanks to its 200kW charging capability. The car's driving range has yet to be confirmed, but it's more than likely to be less than the 425-mile range the standard ID.7 saloon enjoys.

Along with the power upgrade, the GTX gets tweaked chassis and steering settings to cope with the extra performance, while Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) will be an option.

The GTX gets a racier front bumper, too, along with LED 'arrowhead' daytime running lights. Black exterior trim completes the sportier look, while, on the inside, the seats are trimmed with red details including GTX motifs. 

Prices haven't been confirmed yet, but they are likely to start at over £60,000.

GTX now comes in saloon and Tourer forms with same 335bhp dual-motor set-up

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