Volkswagen is taking electric mobility to a whole new level with the latest iteration of its ID.Aero electric vehicle, now rebranded as the ID.7. This new 700km EV sedan is set to make waves in the industry with its cutting-edge technology and features, including innovative lighted paint that changes colors when viewed from different angles. In this blog post, we’ll take a deep dive into VW’s ID.7 and all its features, as well as explore how this vehicle stands out from other EVs on the market today. Read on to learn more!

VW rebrands ID.Aero to ID.7

Volkswagen has announced that it is rebranding its ID.Aero electric vehicle to the ID.7. The automaker says that the new name is meant to reflect the “symbolic 7-seat configuration” of the car. In addition, VW is showing off a new “lighted paint” feature for the ID.7 that it says makes the car more visible at night.

The lighted paint feature consists of special reflective materials that are applied to the car’s body. These materials reflect light back to the driver, making it easier to see the car at night. VW says that this feature will be available on all ID.7 models sold in Europe.

The ID.7 is set to go on sale in Europe later this year, with pricing starting at around €60,000 ($70,000).

VW shows off lighted paint on new EV sedan

1. VW shows off lighted paint on new EV sedan

2. The new ID.Aero is an all-electric SUV from Volkswagen

3. It has a range of up to 310 miles and can be recharged in just 15 minutes

4. The ID.Aero comes with a number of unique features, including lighted paint

5. VW is also planning to launch an all-electric version of the popular VW Golf

The pros and cons of electric cars

Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular, as they offer many benefits over traditional petrol or diesel vehicles. However, there are also some drawbacks to electric cars that potential buyers should be aware of.


1. Electric cars are much cheaper to operate than petrol or diesel cars, as they only require a small amount of electricity to charge their batteries. This can save you a considerable amount of money over the long term.

2. Electric cars emit zero emissions, meaning they are much better for the environment than traditional petrol or diesel cars. This can help you reduce your carbon footprint and do your bit for the planet.

3. Electric cars typically have much better acceleration than traditional petrol or diesel cars, as their electric motors produce instant torque. This means they are great for city driving and can make getting around town a lot easier.

4. Electric cars are very quiet compared to traditional petrol or diesel cars, as there is no engine noise when they are running on battery power alone. This makes them ideal for use in built-up areas where noise pollution is a problem.


1. Electric cars can be more expensive to buy than traditional petrol or diesel cars, as the technology is still relatively new and expensive. However, this cost difference is gradually reducing as electric car technology becomes more mainstream.

2. Electric cars have shorter ranges than traditional petrol or diesel cars, as their batteries need to be recharged after a certain distance.