Audi Q7 Price List
Audi Q7 launched in India at a starting price of Rs 73.82 Lakh. Check out the Audi Q7 which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Audi Q7 with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Audi Q7 with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
Colors of Audi Q7
- Orca Black
- Graphite grey
- Floret Silver
- Carrara white
- Ink Blue
- Argus Brown
Audi Q7 Mileage
Audi Q7 Highlights
Audi's Q7 has been pretty popular among industry bigwigs, politicians and actors, thanks to its muscular proportions, solid build, plush interior and powerful engines. The 2015 Audi Q7 is the company's first model to be based on the MLB 2 platform, with the chassis being about 100kgs lighter than the SUV it replaces. The 2015 model manages to be more luxurious, refined, quicker, more frugal and a little more fun to drive. Of course, the previous-generation Q7 was nothing short of impressive, but what remains to be seen is, if there will be equally astonishing demand for the 2015 model.
The 2015 Q7 looks a bit smaller than the one it replaces, because of its narrower frame, shorter length and lower height. Up-front, it boasts of a single-frame grille, beautifully designed Matrix LED-equipped headlamps and a large slab-like bonnet. Along the side of the car, the flared arches add some muscle to the overall design, and there is also a belt line that runs the length of the SUV. From the rear, you'll notice the large, rectangular tail lamps, while the rest of the tail gate is all straight lines and angular surfaces. Also, thanks to the lightweight platform, the Q7 weighs 300kgs lesser than the car it replaces
The 2015 Audi Q7 variants are as follows: 40 TFSI Premium Plus, 45 TDI Premium Plus, 40 TFSI Technology Pack and 45 TDI Technology Pack. Features include auto park assist with a 360-degree surround view camera, adaptive air suspension, 4-zone automatic climate control, a Bose 3D Surround Sound system, panoramic sunroof, Audi Virtual Cockpit, ambient lighting with thirty colour combinations, powered seats, a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, cricket leather upholstery and Audi Phone Box with wireless Qi-charging. On the safety front, it gets 8 airbags, ABS, ESP and EBD.
The cabin of the Q7 is solidly built, and the low-set dashboard is something drivers will appreciate. Its simple layout looks great, and it gets faux vents that run the length of it. The fit-and-finish is beautiful, with good attention to detail as well. There are lots of toggles for various functions, a touchpad to scribble on and a dial to help you through the menus with all the information displayed on the retractable screen. Then there's the customisable all-digital Virtual Cockpit display that shows the driver all he needs to know. The front seats are huge and comfortable, while the low floor allows for easy access at the rear. Even the seats at the back are cushioned to provide ample support. Occupants also have the option of adjusting their seatback angle, and sliding the seats as well, which helps in improving legroom. Space in the third-row is decent, but the knees-up seating position cannot be avoided. And the middle and last row seats can be folded flat.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Q7 is powered by two engine options: a 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine that makes 245bhp and 600Nm of torque, and a 2.0-litre petrol engine that produces 248bhp and 370Nm of torque. Both engines are paired to an 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. Also on offer is Audi's Quattro all-wheel drive system. Performance from the diesel engine is good. Stamp on the throttle, and the Q7 surges ahead with vim. Set the Drive Select system to Dynamic, and it becomes even more responsive. Refinement is really impressive, as there is barely any clatter from the engine. Even the transmission is responsive and quite smooth as well. The petrol engined version is very quiet too, with power being adequate, but when overtaking, the engines does feel a bit overworked. In Comfort mode, the steering is light. It also remains stable at high speeds, and there's barely any road noise that can be heard. In Comfort mode, the suspension feels rather soft, but in Dynamic mode, it feels just about right. The ride height can be raised as well if the suspension has been set to 'Off-road'. To the uninitiated, the Q7 scored 5 stars in the Euro NCAP crash test.
The Audi Q7's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 14.75kmpl for the diesel model and 11.68kpl for the petrol model.