Audi Q7 specifications

The Audi Q7 is a high-end SUV produced by the German company Audi and released in 2005. The vehicle was intended for travelling on roads, as an alternative to Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes –Benz M-Class and BMV X5. The Audi Q7 was designed, among others, by engineers Jack Malde and McHewgor.


Larger than its competitors, the Audi Q7 is clearly positioned on the market as a luxury SUV. Since its facelift that occurred in 2009, the vehicle is now supplied with a standard configuration that includes seven seats and a panoramic Opensky sunroof.


The Audi Q7 has two rows of seats, with the front ones offering the option of being moved about 100 mm, with the help of the reclining backrests. An advantage of the car is that the rear seats can be modified to two and you can even add a third row of two seats. When all these rows are installed, the boot capacity goes close to 330 litres. If you remove the third row, it increases to 775 litres. By removing the second and third rows, you will obtain a maximum load of 2,035 litres. The overall quality of the materials used is exceptional as you would expect from the German manufacturer.

Special Features

The list of optional extras for the Q7 includes, among other things, the proximity control system called Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), the adaptive air suspension , dynamic cornering lights or lane change assistant, which is intended to warn the driver when changing lanes in the blind spot.

The Audi Q7 also comes with optional parking aid, which features, among other things, a rear-view camera. The reversing sensors are fitted as standard. In addition, the Q7 is one of the first cars with a Bluetooth car phone, instead of simple Bluetooth headset. For the Audi Q7 V12 TDI, a carbon-ceramic brake system is available.

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