The T7 gains in car flair
No more back seats in the new T7
As a foretaste, VW has now published a new sketch of the interior, which unfortunately does not reveal much. It is a rough drawing of the view from the rear, you can see a panoramic roof and the backrests of the rear seats. Fortunately, that’s not all, because there are also the first details about the seating system of the new Multivan. The most important info: The back seat for the third row is out of the program, it will only single seats give. Up to five of these can be ordered for the area behind the front seats, and the seats in the second row can optionally be rotated 180 degrees again. The seats should much lighter than the current ones and therefore easier to install and remove and easier to move. Speaking of moving, ans Rail system the VW engineers have also leaned on, it is now continuous from the rear to the second row of seats. Thanks to the new system, the standard table in the Multivan can be docked anywhere. This has also been revised and should now be more functional. What exactly that means is unfortunately still open.
Up to 245 hp in a plug-in hybrid
Panel van and flatbed remain T6.1
Prices are likely to rise
Still in 2021 the T7 will be available from dealers and will also be available as a plug-in hybrid right from the market launch. The Multivan T6.1 currently starts at 35,960 euros. With the new technology and the expected additional equipment in the base, prices will rise slightly. At just under 40,000 euros it should start.