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The Audi Q7 is a mid-size crossover SUV that has been in production since 2005. There have been two generations, with the second version making its debut in 2015.
It features a 5-door, 7-seat layout and is fitted with either a front-wheel or Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system.
Competition from other luxury SUVs includes the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS. In America, it also goes up against the Cadillac XT6.
Trim levels consist of the base Premium, Premium Plus, and top-tier Prestige. There is also the S-line, which represents a sportier package in terms of trim.
Audi also produces the SQ7, a high-performance version that boasts a more powerful engine and a host of other upgrades.
Another notable version is the plug-in hybrid version called the Q7 e-Tron. This made its debut from the very beginning in 2015.
Petrol powertrains range from the smallest 2-liter TFSI inline-4 and go up to the 4.2-liter TFSI V8 found in the first generation. The second generation is limited to a 4-liter TFSI V8 engine.
Diesel versions consist of engines ranging from the 3-liter V6 TFSI found in both versions and go up to the very large 5.9-liter TDI V12 found exclusively in the first generation. Like the petrol engines, the second generation diesel engines are limited, only going up to a 4-liter TFSI V8.
The V12 TDI had a huge torque rating of 1,000 N.m.
These have been mated with 6-speed automatic and manual transmissions, as well as 8-speed automatics in the more powerful versions.