Audi Q7

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The space leader in Audi’s SUV range, the Q7 offers vast practicality for all the family

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Need to know


The Q7 is Audi’s only seven-seat model and excels when it comes to interior space.


The Q7 arrived as Audi’s first SUV back in 2005, and it’s acted as a true trendsetter ever since, and remains an integral part of the SUV line-up.


The latest Q7 boasts an advanced twin touchscreen setup, including one screen for the main media controls and another for the climate settings.

Q7 Trims

Q7 S Line

  • 20" '5-spoke turbine' alloy wheels

  • Adaptive air suspension

  • Power Operated Tailgate

  • Darkened Matt Brushed aluminium

Q7 Black Edition

  • 21" '5-twin-spoke module' Audi Sport wheels

  • Black styling package plus

  • Polished Oak with grey finish

  • Audi Beam

Q7 Vorsprung

  • 22" 'multi-spoke S design' Audi Sport alloy wheels

  • All-wheel steering

  • HD Matrix LED headlights with Audi Laser Light

  • Panoramic glass sunroof

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One of the most practical seven-seaters on the market, Audi’s Q7 offers a perfect blend of spaciousness, comfort and quality. Brimmed with the brand’s latest technology, it proves that a large family car doesn’t need to be basic or lacking in finesse. Strong V6 petrol and diesel engines add to the appeal, while if you regularly do long distance trips (whether for work or leisure), there are few better cars for the job than the Q7.

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The most family-friendly of all of Audi’s SUVs, the Q7 is not only the firm’s most practical model, but it leads the way next to competitor products too. Petrol and diesel versions get seven seats as standard, while measuring more than five metres in length, there’s plenty of physical car for your money. 

Upgraded for 2024, the Q7 is positioned as the flagship SUV in the brand's lineup. It showcases Audi's contemporary design, characterised by a streamlined form and uncluttered surfaces. Its overhangs and wheelbase demostrate robust and assertive proportions, emphasised by unique exterior colours and wheel designs.


Upon first glance, the Q7's striking new singleframe front grille commands attention with its octagonal shape and vertical inlays forming an L shape, distinguishing it from Audi's 'A' models. The redesigned grille, along with repositioned headlights, results in a completely revamped front-end design.


The latest upgrades to the Audi Q7 SUV elevate this already sought-after model to new levels of practicality, comfort, and style. With fresh wheel designs, exterior colour options, and specifications, owners can personalise their Q7 to an even greater extent.


Regardless of which Q7 you go for, this SUV is packed full of technology. One look at the interior’s many displays and you know this is a high-tech model. The HD touchscreen is Audi’s most impressive system, featuring 3D city models and realistic building textures in the satellite navigation, along with a fully configurable digital instrument cluster, known as the Audi Virtual Cockpit. 

But if you want the most technology, it’s the Vorsprung model that’s the way to go. It features luxuries such as soft-closing doors, while the front seats are heated, massaging and ventilated. There’s also a choice of 30 colours through the extended LED ambient lighting package, along with an outstanding Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System.


Engines & Performance

Audi offers three engine options on the Q7, comprising two diesels and one petrol. All use the brand’s quattro all-wheel-drive system and an eight-speed tiptronic automatic gearbox too.

Starting with diesel options, there are the 45 TDI and 50 TDI, which both use an 8-speed tiptronic driveline, with the 45 TDI producing 231PS, while the 50 TDI puts out a healthy 286PS. 

If you would prefer petrol, the 55 TFSI is currently the only option outside of a hybrid or the SQ7. With 340PS on offer, it’s more powerful than the diesel versions too.



The 55 TFSI is the version offering the most performance, as it takes just 5.6 seconds to accelerate from 0-62mph, and is capable of a top speed of 155mph. It is thirstier than the diesel engines though, with Audi claiming 27.4-26.4mpg*, while CO2 emissions stand at 243-234g/km*. 

Moving to the diesel options, the 45 TDI can hit 0-62mph in 7.1 seconds, and accelerate to a top speed of 140mph*. The fuel consumption, Audi claims 35.8-34.0*mpg and CO2 emissions vary between 217-208g/km*. Those fuel efficiency figures are the same for the 50 TDI, though the 0-62mph time is cut to 6.1 seconds, and the top speed is raised to 150mph, where permitted.

0-62 mph (45 TDI)

7.1 seconds

Top speed (45 TDI)


CO2 emissions (45 TDI)


*All vehicles are tested according to WLTP technical procedures. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and equivalent electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles, vehicle load (and, for battery electric vehicles, the starting charge of the battery).