An In-Depth Video Look At The New Audi Q7

If you’re interested in what’s new under the skin of the redesigned Audi Q7, but don’t fancy reading, then this video will be right up your alley. It’s an in-depth review of the Q7 posted by XCar and it really doesn’t leave you wanting for more information.

The bottom line about it is that, it’s lighter, faster and more powerful, while at the same time retaining a highly spacious interior, all finished off with excellent quality fittings and accoutrements.

For me personally it’s more appealing than the predecessor mainly because of the way the new one looks. I found the previous Q7 to be one of the least attractive luxury SUVs on the market, even if it had one of, if not the, best interior in the class, strong performance and… the best in-built ashtrays I’ve seen south of a Rolls Royce.

Scroll down for the full video review, though, if you aren’t fully up to date on what this new model represents for the brand and market segment.


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