Audi Releases US Pricing For New Q7; 3.0TFSI Starts At $55,750

The new Audi Q7 finally reached the US market as a MY2017, with the company announcing the specs and pricing of their new seven-seater SUV.

Audi of America introduces the latest Q7 to the US market, bringing an impressive array of safety and connectivity systems, including the ‘Virtual Cockpit’ digital instrument display, a 1,920watt Bang & Olufsen sound system, the company’s Pre Sense and rear cross traffic alert safety systems, adaptive cruise control and many more.

The only available engine option initially will be the 3.0-litre TFSI petrol which produces 333hp at 5,500-6,500 and 325lb ft of torque at 2,900-5,300 and is mated to a eight-speed automatic transmission. Yeap, no diesel option.

The driver can select from seven different driving modes in cars equipped with the adaptive air suspension through the Drive Select, including Comfort, Auto, Dynamic, Offroad/Lift, Allroad and Individual.

Audi’s latest infotainment system is supported by available 4G LTE networks to provide the latest in connectivity features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, online roadside assistance and Stolen Vehicle Locator among others.

Prices for the new Audi Q7 3.0TFSI Quattro start at $55,750 for the entry level Premium model and all the way up to $65,250 for the top-of-the-range Prestige model.


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