The all-new Audi Q7 is now on sale with a starting price of €72,975 OTR for the SE 3.0 TDI 218 quattro.
The Q7 now comes 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.
Audi claims that with their “ultra” engine technology, the Q7 is 26 per cent more efficient. The 3.0TDI 218 quattro variant consumes on average just 5.7 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres, or 149 grams of CO2 per kilometre. Also promised are more grip, increased traction, and enhanced driving performance, delivered through Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive technology, standard across the entire Q7 range.
Audi also says that the new Q7 has a spacious interior, that includes seven seats as standard, with 770 litres of luggage room. With only the front seats occupied, the new Q7 provides a large 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 company claims that the new Q7 offers a cutting-edge technological interface via the MMI navigation plus system through an 8.3-inch 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 18-inch design alloy wheels are available on the SE, while SE Business and S-Line versions upgrade to a 19-inch and 20-inch wheel, respectively.