Audi India has officially announced the launch date of the Q7 facelift on its social media handles. The price announcement of the upcoming SUV will take place on February 3. The automaker has already commenced the bookings of the vehicle a few days back at a token amount of Rs 5 lakhs. Interested buyers can book the SUV either online at the company's official website or by directly visiting the nearest Audi India dealership. Moving on, it will be locally assembled at the brand’s Aurangabad production facility in Maharashtra.
Unveiling the future. Get set for the #AudiQ7, arriving on 3rd February. #FutureIsAnAttitude pic.twitter.com/J28o15nFBD— Audi India (@AudiIN) January 24, 2022
The 2022 Audi Q7 facelift will be offered in a total of two variants namely Premium Plus and Technology. Design-wise, it features Matrix LED headlamps upfront. The rear end of the vehicle offers LED tail lamps with dynamic turn indicators. Audi Q7 facelift will come equipped with a plethora of features. These will include Audi Virtual Cockpit, B&O Premium 3D Sound System, 4-Zone air conditioning, Contour ambient lighting with 30 colors, Park Assist Plus with 360-degree camera, Air Ionizer & Aromatization, and Lane Departure Warning. Features like Audi Drive Select, Quattro all-wheel-drive system, and Adaptive Air Suspension will be offered as standard.
Performance-wise, the Audi Q7 facelift will come equipped with a 3.0L V6 TFSI petrol engine that will be capable of returning 340 bhp power and 500 Nm peak torque. The motor will further be mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
Once launched in the Indian market, the next-gen Audi Q7 will rival the likes of Mercedes Benz GLE, Volvo XC90, and BMW X5. Talking about the price, we can expect it to cost around Rs 80 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Audi Q7 facelift can now be booked at a token amount of Rs 5 lakhsMore...
Audi Q7 facelift can now be booked at a token amount of Rs 5 lakhs ...
The 2022 Audi Q7 will be offered in two variants namely Premium Plus and Technology ...
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