Tuned Audi Q8 shown at Tokyo Motor ShowJanuary 11, 2020
Improvements were carried out by the Japanese tuning studio Rowen International and mainly related to the exterior of the car.
Japanese tuning studio Rowen International has shown an update package for the Audi Q8 crossover as part of the Tokyo auto show. The front part of the car underwent the most modernization. The tuners designed the front bumper of a complex shape, which, according to many, fits very organically into the style of the car. Nameplates and inscriptions with the name of the studio appeared on the grille and doors. Note the appearance of a large spoiler on the tailgate, as well as deflectors near the rear doors. The new rims of the car, which are made in two-tone performance, look very impressive. The company’s nameplate was also installed on the tailgate, as well as a multi-section diffuser with a brake light.
Within the framework of the exhibition, the cost of the package of improvements was announced – it will cost 600 thousand yen.
No data on technical changes is reported. Most likely, under the hood is a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine with a return of 340 hp. Together with the power plant, an automatic transmission with 8 steps and a proprietary all-wheel drive system work.
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