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. Although the new car is shorter and narrower than the first-generation Q7, Audi claims that the new car not only offers more headroom, but also features a longer cabin.
Thanks to the use of ultra-high-strength steel, and the extensive use of aluminium at the front and the rear of the car, weight is down substantially. Equipped with a 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6, the new Q7 tips the scales at 1995 kilograms or 325kg less than the outgoing version.
The squarer-looking second-generation Q7 is said to be very aerodynamic for a large SUV. With an underbody that's almost completely lined, the new Q7 boasts a co-efficient of drag of just 0.32.