After confirming how much their all-new Q7 e-tron 3,0 TDI Quattro model will cost in Germany, Audi has announced that UK prices are set to start from around £65,000.
If that seems a bit high, it’s probably because rivals such as the Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid or Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine PHEV cost £62,099 and £60,455 respectively in the UK.
The same however doesn’t apply to the German market where the Cayenne hybrid starts from €82,920, which is slightly above the €80,500 price tag of the Q7 e-tron.
In the UK, Q7 e-tron owners will be able to charge their vehicles by using one of two cables. A 16A 3.6 kW version will be included as standard and will charge your Q7 fully in as little as 4 hours and 45 min – connected to either a domestic wall box or public charging point.
As an alternative, there will also be an optional 23A 7.2 kW cable which will allow for even faster charging as long as the infrastructure can support it.
UK customers will be able to place orders for the Q7 e-tron 3.0 TDI Quattro starting in May.