Following the ID.7's debut at CES 2023, we have new photos of the ID.7 without camouflage in grey!
Looks like the ID.7 is only an EU built car that they may import to the US in small numbers as a "halo" car (like the Arteon). It won't be tax credit eligible. The next new EV they will build in the the US will be the ID.Buzz in 2024 (?).And which will be the next model built in North America? And how long is the reservation period?
So will the ID.7 for the North American market be built in Chattanooga? Or in Mexico?And for many that are not aware....to make affordable EV with long range there will be no SUV ...this is the way to make low Cd aerodynamic and squeeze most miles out of the pack. I do own 2 SUV type of vehicles but I personally like hatchbacks and this type of vehicles. And it will be built in US also. Big huge SUV that are not very aerodynamic and are quite heavy because they need much bigger size batteries will eventually become quite expensive to travel on long trips using fast DC chargers ( price of fast DC charging will double if not triple in incoming years) .... and having soccer mam 7 seater huge SUV that delivers less than 2.6 miles per kw will be quite expensive on long journeys using fast DC chargers.