Q7 Specs & FeaturesAudi Q7 Specs
Key specifications & features of the Audi Q7. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Diesel / 2967 cc
- Parking Sensors
- Child Safety Locks
- Side Impact Beams
- Tyre Pressure Monitor
- Rear Seat Belts
Audi Q7 Price List
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Audi Q7 Latest Updates
The 2020 Audi Q7 hosts the signature ‘Singleframe’ front grille which comes in octagonal shape and gets six slats that offer it a bold look. It also comes with a lot of changes on the inside of the cabin and is offered in a plug-in hybrid powertrain as well. However, this facelifted Q7 is yet to hit the Philippine shores. Currently, the Audi Q7 is offered in two variants in the market – the TDI and TDI S, both of which are powered by a 3.0-litre diesel engine that produces 202hp in the Quattro trim and 243hp in the Quattro S trim. Standard safety features include ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, dual front, knee, curtain and side airbags, engine immobilizer, reverse camera etc.
Audi Q7 Pros & Cons
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Things We Like in Audi Q7
Striking, new modern exterior design
Two digital instrument display systems with standard virtual cockpit
Smooth, quiet ride
Things We Don't Like in Audi Q7
Handling is not completely engaging nor intuitive
Gas mileage has dropped compared to the previous generation
Not built for rugged, off-road driving
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Audi Q7 Review
Audi Q7 Overview
The Audi Q7 is back with its latest model and has lots of new things to offer. The Audi Q7 is the German carmaker’s flagship three-row SUV and was their first SUV to be revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It’s now returning with a new design that has the same signature Audi look but with a modern touch. The Q7 is being offered in two variants: the TDI and the TDI S. Both are powered by a 3.0-litre diesel engine.
Audi Q7 Interior
The Q7 has a 7-seater cabin that is decked out in leather upholstery. The new dashboard integrated more horizontal flowing lines to achieve a cleaner and more elegant look. The vehicle comes with two touch-screen infotainment displays: the first is an 8.3-inch high-resolution display which is connected to the Audi Sound System. On the other hand, a 12.3-inch display is dedicated solely for the Audi Virtual Cockpit. The front seats have power adjustments, with the driver’s seat also offering a memory function. The vehicle is also equipped with 4-zone automatic air conditioning.
Audi Q7 Exterior
The first thing you’d notice is the upgraded front fascia which features Audi’s signature octagon-shaped ‘Singleframe’ front grille that includes six horizontal crossbars which give it a bolder look. The LED daytime running lights are now also positioned within the headlight assembly, allowing for more space to fit larger air vents. The body has taken on sharper lines, makes the vehicle look more refined for its size. In addition to that, the Q7 is now also more lightweight thanks to increased aluminium use for the build which includes panels such as the hood, fenders, and doors.
Audi Q7 Ride & Handling
The Q7 has a steady hum but powerful performance. The Q7 promises a quiet ride with barely any encounters with road noises. Its most noticeable quirk while driving is the linear steering. While generally convenient, it has received comments that this may suggest the handling isn’t completely intuitive compared to the likes of the Range Rover Sport. The latter is capable of subtle responsiveness and an excellent rate of turn--something that the Audi Q7 doesn’t exactly meet. This can make driving the Q7 feel like there’s less body control. Audi is offering an option to upgrade to an adaptive air suspension. However, the standard suspension still does the job in providing an overall smooth driving experience.
Additionally, despite being a crossover, the Q7 is more ideal for city driving. While it can probably handle a muddy drive, other terrains might prove to be more than challenging. For those considering off-road adventures, this might not be the best choice. Audi is currently not offering rugged upgrades for the Q7 such as trail-tuned shock absorbers and heavy-duty undercarriage protection.
Audi Q7 Engine & Fuel Consumption
Both variants are powered by a 3.0-litre diesel engine and are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The TDI Ouattro trim can generate 202 hp, while the TDI S Quattro S trim can produce 243 hp. Both come with the standard Audi’s all-wheel-drive Quattro system and is also outfitted with a plug-in hybrid powertrain. The Q7 can reach a maximum speed of 250 kmph.
Audi Q7 Braking & Safety
The standarrd safety features include Automatic Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist. The vehicle is also equipped with dual front, knee, curtain, and side airbags, as well as engine immobilizer and a reverse camera.
Audi Q7 Verdict
The Audi Q7 is an eye-catching SUV and definitely lives up to the Audi name. Thanks to its new facelift, this model has become an absolute head-turner while also offering a smooth, quiet drive perfect for those who value a driving experience that feels like a luxury. The Q7 goes head-to-head with the likes of the BMW X5, and the Volvo XC90. However, compared to all three, Audi succeeded in simplifying its design and technology features that don’t overwhelm the driver and clutter the vehicle with unnecessary things. While the Q7 has sacrificed some fuel economy for the sake of stronger driving performance, it definitely pays off. The Audi Q7 is priced around P5.9 million to P7.9 million.
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