The T7 Multivan is based on the automobile manufacturer’s lateral engine MQB modular platform, with a length of 4,973 mm, a width of 1,941 mm, a height of 1,903 mm, and a wheelbase of 3,124 mm. Volkswagen said it also offers a larger version with a length of 5,173 mm.
Three decoration variants are provided-Multivan, Life and Style-the wheel diameter of the T7 generation pedestrian bike can reach 19 inches, and the panoramic glass roof made of “LowE” laminated safety glass is also optional to reduce intake Heat radiation has been reduced by 44%. For more convenience, the rear door is operated electrically, and the electric sliding door can be operated by gesture control.
The exterior lighting of the T7 Multivan uses LED units as standard, but these units can be upgraded to interactive IQ.Light LED matrix headlights, which can provide a permanently on full beam without dazzling oncoming drivers , and dynamic lighting, can achieve more accurate lighting corners. Optional IQ. The light setup also includes a light-emitting LED strip in the front grille as an extension of the DRL.
Four powertrain options have been announced for the T7 Multivan, led by eHybrid PHEV, which pairs a 150 PS 1.4-liter TSI petrol engine with an 85 kW/115 PS electric motor to produce a total system output of 218 PS, and Customized six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission with driving front wheels.
Volkswagen said that the eHybrid PHEV variant can be used for short-distance city trips in pure electric mode. Multivan’s electric drive is provided by a 13 kWh lithium-ion battery located on a flat floor, which maximizes the internal space and reduces the vehicle’s center of gravity for easy handling.
For pure internal combustion, the T7 Multivan is equipped with a pair of gasoline engines; 136 PS 1.5 liter TSI and 204 PS 2.0 liter TSI. According to the manufacturer, next year these models will have a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine with a power of 150 PS, and all ICE models will use a seven-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Volkswagen said that the T7 Multivan can accommodate up to 7 passengers inside, and the last five seats are 25% lighter than before. These can be moved and removed to suit different layout needs, and the second row can be rotated 180 degrees to obtain a conference-style seating configuration. In the rear row, the third-row layout replaces the previous bench layout with a single seat that can be disassembled separately for maximum flexibility.
As hinted in the previous teaser picture, the T7 Multivan is equipped with a multifunctional table, which can be placed in any of the three rows, and can also be used as the center console in the front row. Here, the table is detachable, with height adjustment, three cup holders and a storage box. All in all, the T7 Multivan has 469 liters of space behind the third row, 1,844 liters behind the second row or 3,672 liters behind the front seats (4,053 liters for the extended body version).
In the front, the driver of the T7 Multivan gets a new multifunction steering wheel Eighth generation golf, And all key functions are located in one line of sight, in order to operate as intuitively as possible, the public said. Air conditioning, seat heating and volume control are now performed through the touch surface.
The driver’s instrument in the T7 Multivan is connected via a 10.25-inch digital cockpit setting and a 10-inch infotainment touch screen. These screens are located on both sides of the new wire-controlled shift control transmitted by DSG, with a pair of USB-C sockets and an inductive smartphone charger tray nearby. Volkswagen said that here, you can use a head-up display, which is the first model of the brand’s commercial vehicle department.
The standard infotainment system in T7 Multivan is called Ready 2 Discover, which includes We Connect online security and convenience features, and provides services such as breakdown assistance, vehicle status, and parking location for free indefinitely.
In addition to this, there is We Connect Plus, which is free for customers for three years and provides more features, such as smart phone remote functions for locking and unlocking vehicles, and remote control of auxiliary heaters.
We Connect Plus also provides more navigation-related services, such as online map updates and traffic information, as well as additional eHybrid features, such as pre-setting the car temperature and managing the charging process via a smartphone. For car audio, 14 speakers are powered by a 16-channel amplifier with an output power of 840 watts.
In terms of safety, the T7 Multivan comes standard with front assist systems, including city emergency braking, dynamic road sign display and lane assist systems. Other new systems include Car2X for communicating with other vehicles and infrastructure to warn of danger, in addition to side protection, crosswind assist, flameout assist (warning oncoming vehicles when turning on a highway), and warning exits Warning system for bicycles or other vehicles approaching from behind when the door is opened.