The first official photos of the second-generation Audi Q7 have surfaced on the web, with the brand’s flagship SUV adopting a rather conservative design.
But that was to be expected, since it’s Audi we’re talking about. The most significant exterior changes are at the front end, which has become more aerodynamic and less massive than before. However, if you have seen our artist Josh Byrnes’ rendering of the Audi Q7, you won’t be surprised at all of the new model’s front end. It features more rectangular headlights with LED clusters similar to those on the Audi TT and a hexagonal 3D grille.
Other changes have taken place at the rear, where the taillights have changed shape, going for a rectangular form. Also, the Q7 doesn’t appear to be as tall as before when seen from the rear. As for the profile, it is very similar to the outgoing model.
But the most important update has to be the interior, as the Q7 gets a more modern dashboard with a minimalist design and TT-inspired digital instrument cluster. There’s also a free-standing display and interconnected air vents that remind of the new VW Passat. No official information has been released yet, but given the leak of these official photos, we expect to hear from Audi soon. Until then, feel free to give your feedback on the new Audi Q7’s looks.
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