The all new Audi Q7 has undergone some big changes. But while our largest SUV has gained many new features, it has lost weight too – 325kg to be exact which is the equivalent of a grand piano, making the Q7 lightweight and agile.
Daytona Grey Pearl Effect
Argus Brown Metallic
Orca Black Metallic
Floret Silver Metallic
Tofana White Crystal Effect
21 x 9.5J ‘5-twin-spoke’ design alloy wheels with 285/40 R21 tyres
21 x 9.5J ‘5-arm turbine’ design alloy wheels contrasting grey, partly polished with 285/40 R21 tyres
20 x 9J ‘10-spoke star’ design alloy wheels with 285/45 R20 tyres
20 x 9J 10Y-spoke Sport alloy
20" x 9J '5-arm offroad design' matt titanium look alloy wheels with 285/45 R20 tyres
Let us show you the possibilities in configuring and making use of the Audi Q7. Our host explains the variety of several standard and optional equipment options and gives you tips for your configuration.
Discover the freedom of the adaptable interior of the new Audi Q7. The interior passenger space has increased in comparison to its predecessor. There is also a variety of interior configuration options: the second row of the standard layout has three seats with adjustable backrests. On request, for example, two electrically folding individual seats can be added in the third row, making the Audi Q7 a seven-seater. This option features folding outer seats in the second row to make getting into the car easier.Watch Video
Space is what the all-new Audi Q7 does best. It comes with seven seats as standard and can seat two, three, four, five, six or seven adults. Six of the seven seats can be fitted with child seats, while the rear two seats can be folded electrically, at the touch of a button. A new luxurious wraparound interior envelops the driver and more headroom makes the whole cabin more spacious. Sumptuous styling details complete the Q7’s interior, with two-piece inlays, aluminium accents and subtle ambient lighting.
The design of the Audi Q7 is characterised by streamlined surfaces and sharp lines. It is more compact than its predecessor. Its width and height, however, have increased, giving it an even more masculine look and more presence. The distinctive radiator grille and the optional Matrix LED headlamps emphasise its timeless, athletic appearance.Watch Video
Whether they are xenon plus, LED or Matrix LED headlights - every piece of Audi headlight technology illuminates the road evenly and extensively. With a daylight-quality high and low beam the road is optimally illuminated, both in the dark and in bad weather.Watch Video
The optional Audi Virtual Cockpit replaces the traditional dashboard with a high resolution, 12.3” LCD screen. In crisp 3D graphics with highly detailed effects, you will see virtual dials for speed and revs along with other information such as the music you are playing or calls received. And with Audi Connect, the Q7 becomes a wireless hotspot so you can connect your mobile devices to the internet as well as access information, entertainment and Google Earth navigation maps by scrolling, tapping or speaking commands.Watch Video
Fuel consumption, combined: 6.2–5.8 l/100km; CO2 emissions, combined: 161–150 g/km