The Q7 welcomes a series of improvements at an aesthetic and technological level that harmonize it with the newest Audis and aspire to maintain its popularity in the large segment as since 2015, when its current generation appeared, it is one of the popular models of the German brand. proportionally.
Starting from its external appearance, the renewed Q7 has acquired redesigned bumpers but above all, it now offers the option of choosing HD Matrix LED lighting bodies that utilize laser technology and which are combined with OLED rear lights with a new design as well. The puzzle is completed by new color options for the body and newly designed wheels from 20 to 22 inches while, as usual, depending on the engine option, each version has different equipment.
On the inside, given that the Q7 has been renewed again and extensively in 2019, when Audi also completely revised its digital equipment, the changes focus on upgrading the software that supports the three screens – the well-known 12.3-inch one for the Virtual Cockpit and touchscreens for infotainment and climate control. At the same time, of course, new investment options are added in combination with targeted aesthetic changes.
The Q7 will continue to be offered with four engine options, two V6 diesels with 231 and 286bhp and two petrol engines, a 340bhp V-six and the 4.0-litre V8 that powers the SQ7 and produces 507bhp. The common denominator of all versions is now a 48 Volt parallel electric circuit for the benefit of fuel savings.
Most versions of the Q7 are equipped as standard with air suspension which can optionally be combined with active anti-roll bars which are notably powered by the mild hybrid technology system. The available options also include a four-wheel steering system as well as the Sport Quattro differential.
The Q7 will of course still be available in seven- and five-seat versions offering the generous practicality and comfort that its size dictates with luggage space starting at 867 liters in the five-seat versions.