The Audi Q7 facelift was captured during winter tests of the largest SUV of the brand, with the refresh in the mid-life of the model will also bring the new Q8 technology.
The design of the exterior will not change much. The front bumper is a copy of the Q8, changes are on the radiator grille, and thanks to the new rear bumper, the exhaust pipes are already hidden under the passenger compartment. LED headlights and stops are also taken from Q8.
The two largest Audi SUVs – Q7 and Q8, are built on the same platform – the MLB Evo, so the sharing of entire components and systems will continue in the future.
Audi Q7 engines will range from a 2-litre 4-cylinder gasoline engine through a 3-litre 6-cylinder to a 3-litre turbo diesel, which is also the most popular choice in most markets where the model is present. At the top of the range will be the RS Q7 engine – a 4-litre V8 turbo diesel with two turbines and a power of 436 hp and an impressive 900 Nm of maximum torque.