Audi Q7 gets a refresh for 2024
Audi has given its Q7 a nip-tuck facelift for 2024, ensuring the premium seven-seater keeps pace with its main rivals.
Featuring a larger grille, updated tech and tweaked powertrain options, here’s what you need to know.
Audi Q7 fast facts
- Set to arrive in the UK from March
- Styling gets a rework
- Infotainment tech updated
- Range-topping SQ7 gets 507hp
- New digital driver display
Audi Q7 styling
Externally, you’ll find a fresh set of LED headlights as well as an updated grille design which has been designed to look more prominent than before. The bumpers – front and rear – have also been reworked.
A host of new colour options have been added, while the alloy wheel designs have also had an updated. Round the back, you’ll find the tail lights benefit from a new LED lighting signature, while black trim pieces have also been added.
Audi Q7 interior and tech
The cabin retains the look of the current model, but beneath the surface lies an updated infotainment system. It now supports a range of new apps, allowing you to utilise features such as Amazon Music and Spotify for streaming.
The display has also been enhanced, as has the driver’s screen. It now displays extra warnings to further build on the Q7’s vast range of safety features.
Audi Q7 drivetrains
There’s a host of drivetrain options, kicking off with two diesel options. The 3.0-litre turbocharged unit can be specified with either 230hp or 290hp.
The petrol options consist of a 3.0-litre six cylinder and a 4.0-litre V8, the latter available in conjunction with the range-topping SQ7. The smaller power plant produces 340hp, while the SQ7 makes over 500hp – enabling a sub-five second 0-62mph time.
Audi Q7 release date
The updated Q7 will be available to order from March, with deliveries commencing shortly thereafter. We’ll bring you the very best leasing plans as soon as they’re available.
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