Audi have announced that the largest and most versatile SUV will be getting a refresh for 2024. The new updates will feature the new Audi design language and branding, with minimalist form and clean surfaces throughout.
The updated Q7 will appear more powerful and confident than its predecessor with changes to the overhangs and wheelbase and distinctive exterior colour options and alloy wheel designs becoming available.
The 2024 addition will become the third-generation Q7 and will provide a new look and feel to the large seven-seater.
Audi have added vertical inlays in an L shape to the popular singleframe in the octagon design. This striking change indicates to the Q7’s position as a flagship model in the Audi range. The grille has been given additional contours and the headlights have been repositioned, resulting in a brand-new front design. Decorative elements to the face of the car have been reduced to give a cleaner and more purist appearance.
To compliment the sporty exterior design, Audi have have released three exclusive metallic paint choices, Sakhir gold, Ascari blue, and Chilli red. New alloy wheel designs of up to 22-inch have also been introduced in the line-up.
There is no doubt that Audi would create a luxurious and comfortable interior cabin for the updated Q7. For next level comfort, two-zone automatic climate control has been included to offer adjustable temperature controls for both halves of the interior, with the option to upgrade to 4-zone deluxe automatic climate control by choosing the Vorsprung specification or adding the Technology Pack Pro.
LED interior ambient lighting with illuminated door sill trims and ‘S’ logo projection create a vibrant and personalisable interior. Audi has also chosen to feature the electrically adjustable front Sport seats with 4-way lumbar support and memory functionality for the driver. Valcona leather with ‘S’ logo embossing and diamond stitching has also been added to the seats, ensuring comfort for everyone travelling within the vehicle.
Practicality has always been at the forefront of design when updating the Q7, capable of comfortably seating seven, the Q7 has ISOFIX child seat mounting to the all three seats in the second row. Boot space is also very generous with 780 litres and a user-friendly power operated tailgate.
There will be three engines on offer with the all-new Audi Q7. The first in the line-up is the 45 TDI quattro. This 3.0L diesel engine provides an output of 231 PS and an impressive 500 Nm of torque. If you require even more power, the 50 TDI quattro adds an an output of 286 PS and 600 Nm of torque, to the 3.0L diesel. This variant is capable of 0-62mph in 6.1 seconds with a top speed of 150mph. After something slightly sportier, the 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol engine, badged 55 TFSI, delivers 340 PS. This turbocharged petrol engine can accelerate from 0-62mph in 5.6 seconds and can reach its electronically-limited top speed of 155mph.
Audi have also announced that the Q7 updates will also be brought to the SQ7! Taking performance to another level, the SQ7 has a 4.0L petrol engine producing an output of 507 PS and 770 Nm of torque.
As standard, the new Q7 features Matrix LED headlights, there is also the option to upgrade to the advanced HD Matrix LED headlights with the Audi laser light. They work with 24 LEDs and a high-power laser diode each, and are immediately recognisable with a blue ambient light incorporated into the headlights that symbolises the precision of laser technology.
The Q7 also features the intuitive 10.1 inch MMI touch display with MMI navigation plus. There is also the high resolution 12.3 inch Audi virtual cockpit which can now display a lane change warning, other road users, distance warning, intersection assist, and traffic light info.
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The Q7, being the largest and most versatile SUV in Audi’s lineup, now boasts a minimalist form and clean surfaces that showcases a level of elegance and sophistication. The SUV's power and self-confidence become instantly evident in its brand-new styling and body shape which can be seen through the upgraded overhands overhangs and wheelbase. The upright Audi singleframe with its octagon design uniquely differentiates the Q7 from other Audi models – a clear indication of its status.
The new Q7 introduces a complete reimagination of the front-end design with the repositioned headlights and grille contour. With diminished decorative elements, the Q7 takes on a cleaner, more purist look. The new SUV lineup boasts three core specifications: S line, Black Edition, and Vorsprung. For a limited time, we are offering an exclusive Launch Edition, a unique blend of the Black Edition and Vorsprung.
With the latest product upgrade, Audi offers three new finishes - Sakhir gold, Ascari blue, and Chilli red. The model features standard equipment like quattro all-wheel drive and 20” 5-spoke turbine design aluminium alloy wheels. There is also the option to upgrade to 22'' multi spoke ‘S’ design wheels with a black metallic gloss turned finish.
The lineup opens with the 45 TDI quattro, a 3.0-litre diesel engine delivering 231 PS and a staggering 500 Nm of torque. Other options include the 50 TDI quattro and the Q7 55 TFSI, offering more power and speed, with the TFSI reaching an electronically-limited top speed of 155mph.
Along with the Q7 SUV, Audi are also bringing updates to the SQ7 models. The brand-new SQ7 will be in keeping with the Q7’s new updates but will feature a larger petrol engine with an output of 507 PS, capable of sprinting from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.1 seconds.
Audi have enhanced the driver assistance systems, with the Audi virtual cockpit now displaying numerous new features in full HD. The range of apps has been expanded, which allows the user to use popular third-party apps and offering regular software updates for an increasingly personalised infotainment system.
Audi introduces a new lighting technology, with Matrix LED headlights being standard. Top-spec Vorsprung model gets HD Matrix LED headlights with Audi laser light, increasing the high beam range. New digital daytime running lights deliver an unmistakable appearance with a choice from four different light signatures. The Q7 is also the first to feature largely digitalized OLED rear lights, illuminating the road with striking clarity.