Audi Q7 Highlights
A true combination of technology and comfort at the same time proving it to be the company's flagship SUV which is offered in a 3.0 litre diesel engine that is coupled to an 8 speed tiptroic automatic transmission and Audi's exclusive Quattro permanent all-wheel drive system. Known as the family crossover, can do it all whether it is school runs, errands, commutes, or long hauls. Audi Q7 is available in three trims i.e. Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige. This SUV is available with one engine option i.e. 3.0-liter turbo V-6 that makes 335 horsepower couples with 8-speed automatic and all-wheel drive. The Audi Q7 has a length of 5,052 mm, width of 1,968 mm, height of 1,740 mm and has a wheelbase of 2,997 mm. Other standard features on the Audi Q7 include cruise control, hill hold assist, reversing camera, audi sound system and electrically adjustable seats, tyre pressure monitoring system and more. The exterior has sharper headlights and vertical veins in the snout. The grille has been reworked and the front bumper has been reshaped thereby making it a style statement for the car owners. The SUV targets adventure seeker and money spender audience. The three row SUV is comfortable and best for anyone still prone to temper tantrums. The Audi Q7 2020 received crash-test scores as "Good" from the IIHS. The super safety features of the new 2020 have a driver-attention monitor that indicate the Q7 to a stop and turn on hazard lights if it identifies an issue with the driver, such as a medical emergency. The EPA has rated the 2020 Q7 with a turbo-6 at 17 mpg city, 21 highway, 18 combined and requires premium fuel. That is a 3 on our fuel-economy scale.