With competition getting aggressive as BMW updated the X5, and Mercedes-Benz smartly slotting in the GLB, it was time that Audi, would update the Q7, so what’s new, we let you know
To start off with, this time Audi has updated the Q7, visually as well as technically, to take on the fight with others. On the front, now it has the large octagon-shaped single frame, with six upright slats dominating the structure. Flanked on the either sides there are optionally available HD Matrix LED Laser lights, for that much focused illumination. On the rear a striking chrome strip creates the visual connection between the rear lights and carries forward the horizontal body line. ”
Step inside, and the fit and finish simply amazes you. Through its new design, the suv has grown by size by eleven millimeters. This directly translates into improved space on the inside.
Twin screen centre console, first debuted in the A6, and now is seen in the Q7 too. The centre console incorporates two large screens, which provide haptic and acoustic feedback when clicking on the touch controls. The optional contour ambient lighting package illuminates the interior in the dark. Comfort equipment’s include, four zone climate control AC, the Bang & Olufsen 3D sound system, air quality package and power-assist function to close the doors quietly.
All of the engines in the Audi Q7 are coupled to an eight-speed tiptronic and permanent all?wheel drive. A choice of two diesel engines will be available at market launch. Shortly after the market introduction in September, a gasoline unit, followed also by a plug-in hybrid model, will join the lineup.
Slated to launch in late September in Europe, Audi for now has not announced the prices of the updated Q7, nor at this stage do we have any heads up on when this SUV is headed to India.