2022 Audi Q7 Facelift launched in India; Prices start at Rs. 79.99 Lakh

The 2022 Audi Q7 facelift has launched in India after a two-year hiatus and its prices start at ₹79.99 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base variant, going up to ₹88.33 lakh for high-end trim. The German brand had discontinued its flagship SUV in 2020 and now it’s back with a bolder look, an updated cabin, more features and a BS6 compliant engine under its bonnet. Audi India offers the new Q7 facelift in two variants – Premium Plus and Technology. It is coming to India as a completely knocked down (CKD) unit and it will be manufactured at the Skoda Auto Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd plant. (SAVWIPL) in Aurangabad.

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The new Audi Q7 looks bolder and more muscular than its predecessor.

The new Audi Q7 facelift is quite different from the pre-facelift model in terms of looks. The new model has a more macho and outward demeanor rather than a sophisticated business class appeal. The face is particularly bold thanks to the massive grille with wide chrome slats. It is flanked by full LED headlights as standard, while customers also have the option of opting for HD Matrix LED technology with Audi laser illumination. The SUV also gets bigger air intakes, new alloy wheels, new, sleeker LED taillights and sharper bumpers.

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The Audi Q7 facelift receives an updated cabin and more features.

Inside, too, the new Audi Q7 facelift is a decent step up from its predecessor and draws inspiration from the Q8’s cabin. It now has two new large touchscreens that provide haptic and acoustic feedback and the system also comes with LTE Advanced connectivity, Wi-Fi hotspot, natural voice control and the extensive Audi connect portfolio. The SUV also comes with a new steering wheel and premium upholstery among a host of other creature comforts.

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At the rear, the new Audi Q7 gets sleeker taillights and a sharper bumper.

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The Q7 is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 TFSI petrol engine that develops 335PS and 500Nm of peak torque, and it’s mated to an eight-speed Tiptronic gearbox and Quattro AWD system as standard. Like the new Q5, the Q7 will benefit from a mild-hybrid system, comprising a 48-volt electric motor, powered by a lithium-ion battery and a belt-driven alternator-starter (BAS). The SUV can go from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5.9 seconds. In our market, the new Audi Q7 will compete with the Mercedes-Benz GLS, BMW X7, Volvo XC90 and Land Rover Discovery.

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