The Q7 will now come with three equipment lines: SE, SE Business and S Line.
SE Business prices start at €77,375 featuring additional luxury features such as virtual cockpit. S Line additional equipment includes LED headlights, with pricing starting at €79,875.
With Audi’s ‘ultra’ engine technology, the Q7 is said to be 26% more efficient. The 3.0 TDI quattro variant consumes on average just 5.7 l/100 km and emits 149g of CO2 per kilometre. More grip, increased traction and enhanced driving performance are delivered through Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive technology, standard across the entire Q7 range.
The all-new Q7’s interior includes seven seats as standard — with 770 litres of luggage room. With only the front seats occupied, the new Q7 provides a massive 1,955 litres of storage space. A powered opening and closing tailgate ensures easier access.
The second row seats benefit from a tilt-and-fold function, and the two third-row seats can be easily stowed away using a powered folding mechanism.
The new car offers a cutting-edge technological interface via the MMI navigation plus system through an 8.3in retractable TFT display on the dash. Audi’s much-acclaimed virtual cockpit screen is standard on SE Business and S-Line lines.
On the exterior, the key design feature is the large 3D hexagonal single-frame grille flanked by double-arrow design Xenon plus headlights. LED lights, including high beam assist, are standard on the S line model. Matrix LEDs are available as an option.
New 18in design alloy wheels are available on the SE, while SE Business and S-line versions upgrade to a 19in and 20in wheel, respectively.
The Q7 is available to test drive and order now from local Audi dealers.