Updated Audi Q7 2020 received slight changesJune 26, 2019
The German brand presented an updated version of the mid-size crossover. The car has not changed very much, but still changes are noticeable both in front and behind. Pricing is not yet available for the Audi Q7 2020 model year. It is planned that access to the automotive markets in Europe will start in mid-September.
For some time, we looked at spy shots of the Audi Q7 2020 model crossover, and we even found a well-crafted rendering that was published by independent artists. But now all the camouflage films have been removed, and we can officially take a look at the “soft facelift”, and it turns out that the rendering we had previously studied was pretty darn accurate.
Based on the newest design style of the German brand, the Q7 received slightly refreshed front and rear bumpers. Inside, the changes are a bit more noticeable – the car will now be offered with several options for a hybrid power plant.
Outside, the false grille of the new Q7 has become wider. It is worth noting also recently developed headlights with additional LED matrixes HD Matrix. Larger corner air intakes take on a more vertical orientation. The new “rocker” trim adorns the sides, and the updated back panel has the same basic design as the previous model with trapezoid-shaped exhaust holes. Next on the back door there are new taillights with a chrome strip on the entire width of the crossover.
The changes also affected the interior of the crossover. Two diesel engines will appear on the European market, and then a model with a gasoline counterpart. All engines will use a 48-volt soft hybrid system, although Audi does not yet offer details of their power or efficiency. The plug-in hybrid version of Q7 is expected later, but perhaps more importantly, the Q7 gets active roll stabilization from the high-performance SQ7 as an option.
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