Australia's appetite for large luxury SUVs is at an all-time high, but the 2016 Audi Q7 enters a segment filled with excellent and new contenders - so how does it go?
The new Audi Q7 comes almost a decade after the original model went on sale in 2006. Although this new version does away with its predecessor’s rather droopy look, it again wears familiar Audi styling...
As a company constantly pursuing the latest technology for its cars, Audi’s expanding electrification project will eventually make its way across the company’s entire model line-up.
The latest to don the e-tron badge is the big Q7 and we hopped over to Madrid in Spain to put the Audi Q7 e-tron through its paces...
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Audi's biggest launch of 2015 is also the largest car in its range - the new second generation Q7.
It is completely revamped from the ground up, replacing the first-generation car that has seen service since 2005.
We are in the Swiss Alps to test the grandest SUV that Audi has ever devised...
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The second-generation Audi Q7 has been unveiled and detailed after leaked images of the production-ready car appeared on the internet.
Overall, the second-generation Q7 measures 5.05 metres from front to rear, stands 1.74m tall, is 1.97m wide and sits on a 2.99m wheelbase...
Two giant releases on the large-SUV radar this year, the Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90, seem intent on reshaping the seven-seater landscape with aligned vision and purpose. Surprising, perhaps, given how differently the Swedish and German brands have been traditionally perceived, but also how different this Big Boy pair are by all appearances viewed from 50 paces...
The already successful 2016 Audi Q7 now has a new entry point into the range, in the form of a 160kW 3.0 TDI V6 model.
This new model variant now leads the way for buyers wanting a seven-seat (standard) Audi SUV. The 3.0 TDI 160kW Audi Q7 is priced from $96,300 plus the usual on-road costs.
Despite generating 160kW between 3250-4750rpm and 500Nm between 1250-3000rpm, the 3...
Mainstream large SUVs
Land Rover Discovery Sport Dynamic – May
Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary – Q2
Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary – Q2
Mazda CX-9 – mid 2016
Luxury large SUVs
Range Rover SVAutobiography – March
Volvo XC90 R-Design – Q1
Mercedes-Benz GLS – April
BMW X5 xDrive40e – May
Mercedes-Benz GLE Plug-in – Q2
Volvo XC90 T8 – Q2/Q3
Jaguar F-Pace – August
Lexus RX200t F Sport – second half
Audi Q7 e-tron – late 2016
Bentley Bentayga – late 2016
Maserati Levante – late 2016...
The latest round of ANCAP safety tests have yielded maximum five-star ratings for a trio of SUVs — the Audi Q7, Honda HR-V and (as we already reported today) the new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport.
The Honda HR-V just now receives its rating despite launching in February, and going on to be Honda’s top-selling car locally. The ANCAP test crunched data from ASEAN NCAP testing...
The new-generation 2016 Audi Q7 has launched in Australia with just one drivetrain to choose from, a 3.0-litre turbo diesel, but more engine options are on the cards.
The new Audi Q7’s sole engine variant, the 3.0 TDI, produces a hefty 200kW of power and 600Nm of torque, well above the entry-level diesels offered in rival vehicles such as the BMW X5 and upcoming Mercedes-Benz GLE...