The 2015 Audi Q7 is coming with lots of trims and sheds to achieve a weight loss of staggering 325Kg and an increase of 26% in efficiency. According to the review Audi Q7, it may not be a serious off roader but is a smart option for on road agility amenity. In the new generation of car designing, the fad is the weight dropping and Q7 is boasting a lot of slimming. However, it may not have been that difficult as the older version was seriously over-engineered. By shedding its weight from body structure, suspension, transmission and using a combination of ultra-light steel-aluminium material, almost everywhere it is sleeker, lighter, though having lost some of its off-road prowess.
|Engine||3.0 ultra TDI V6 (218 Hp) quattro tiptronic|
|Maximum speed||216 km/h|
|Acceleration from standstill to 100 km/h||7.1/7.3 sec|
|Fuel tank volume||75 l|
The Exterior – Review Audi Q7
The overall look is retained from the previous model, especially the side profile but with many aesthetic alterations. The front and the rear are both sharper in edges, giving an impression of squarer appearance which does not seems to be out of place. The side profile has bulging wheel arches and the matte-aluminium sleek surface between the two wheels gives it a fuller look. It is lower than the previous version because of its sharp gently tapering roof. The front of the car has a powerful grill design and both ends have sharper rakes. The LED lamps are having an arrow like appearance. Overall it looks wider, lower, and sharper.
Plush Interior – Review Audi Q7
Power seats, various leather and alcantara interior finish options, multifunctional steering wheel with lots of buttons and four-zone climate control are perceived as a given. It has ample leg room, thigh support and just the right amount of side support. The second row passengers will be comfy too with good leg room and a large sunroof to cheer them up. The third row is a little cramped up and good for kids. However, it is a disappointment in the cargo space for such a big luxury car.
According to review Audi Q7, the Dash board is a stunner with fewer elements than before. There is a 7 inch screen which rises like a phoenix on top of the dashboard and can play audio, GPS, vehicle information. It runs on Audi’s MMI system but also has support for Android and Apple car play and has a touch pad. It is powered with Bose system/ 23-speaker B&O surround sound system. Two 10.1 inch tablets can be attached to the back of front seats which are also powered by the MMI system.
The old V8 engine is replaced with V6 engine and is available in three power zones. They are 3.0 litre supercharged V6 with 333 hp, 3.0T model with 280 hp, TDI model with a 3.0 litre turbo diesel which gives 272 hp. Review Audi Q7 regards that it gives a respectable power performance with the top of the ladder, the S line packing a punch at 333 hp.
As per the review Audi Q7, reliable elegant car earned the highest safety assessment in crash tests of the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Each of us would like to be confident with own security, and to protect the family. This car is proof of that. To all this positive the car is equipped with the brand core stability control, which greatly reduces the likelihood of serious accidents.