Audi has released pricing on the redesigned 2010 Q7 large SUV that is scheduled to arrive at U.S. dealerships in September. Featuring subtle exterior and interior tweaks as well a revised engine lineup that benefits from the introduction of a new energy recovery system, the Q7 is available in the U.S. with three powertrain options.
The base model that is powered by a 280HP 3.6-liter V6 gasoline engine starts from $46,900 while diesel-lovers can opt for 3.0 V6 TDI that pumps out 240HP and is priced from $50,900. At the top of the range is a 4.2 liter V8 gasoline engine with 350HP, with prices starting from $61,000.
Exterior enhancements for the 2010 model year include newly designed alloy wheels, updated front and rear bumpers, revised headlamps and tail lights, reworked single frame grille in gloss black with vertical chrome strips, exterior mirror housings, and a new lower body panel trim with contrast paint for the Q7 3.6 quattro, full body paint with Chrome package on the Q7 TDI quattro diesel, and S line treatment on the Q7 4.2 quattro.
Inside, the list of upgrades include optional ventilated front seats, new decorative trim on the passenger side of the dashboard, additional ambient lighting on all four doors, an upgraded MMI system, additional interior chrome accents, and a new instrumentation font.