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The Audi SQ7 SUV delivers pure driving enjoyment with its dynamic exterior and spacious interior. This family SUV offers impressive comfort and a wealth of infotainment features, ensuring every journey is enjoyable and convenient for both driver and passengers alike.

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The Audi SQ7 SUV is propelled by a potent TFSI engine, generating an impressive 507 PS and 770 Nm of torque. It accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.1 seconds, showcasing its remarkable performance capabilities.


The SQ7 SUV comes standard with S-specific adaptive air suspension and quattro all-wheel drive, enhancing manoeuvrability and enabling a sportier driving experience.


The SQ7 gets a number of subtle and sporty design touches to set it apart from the regular Q7.

SQ7 range

Black Edition

  • 22" '5 V spoke star' alloy wheels

  • Adaptive air suspension

  • Anthracite Black Styling Package Plus

  • 360° camera

  • Bang & Olufsen 3D Premium Sound System


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

  • Ventilation and Massage function for the front seats

  • HD Matrix LED headlights

  • Panoramic glass sunroof

  • Carbon Exterior door mirrors

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One of the most capable and well-rounded vehicles ever sold, the SQ7 offers a remarkable blend of spaciousness combined with sportiness. Capable of out-performing some sports cars, this Audi still offers space for seven, and cocoons you and your passengers in a remarkably comfortable and refined package. It’s a truly exemplary product.

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The Audi SQ7 SUV's most distinctive front feature is its Audi Singleframe grille, boasting an octagonal design. Enhanced by numerous S-specific elements, it exudes a sense of sportiness and presence.

And despite the SQ7’s sporty focus, it manages to lose none of the practicality of the regular Q7 – still offering vast amounts of interior space, as well as seven seats as standard.


Included as standard on the SQ7 SUV is the S exterior styling package, featuring an anthracite black styling pack, glossy Audi rings, and the iconic SQ7 logo, adding to its striking presence on the road.


Standard on the SQ7 SUV are Matrix LED headlights featuring dynamic indicators and signature LED daytime running lights. Additionally, Audi Beam technology utilizes LEDs to project the Audi ‘S’ logo onto the ground as you exit the vehicle, adding a touch of sophistication to your departure.


Navigate your journeys effortlessly with the Audi SQ7 SUV's intuitive 10.1-inch MMI touch display and MMI navigation plus system. Immerse yourself in the high-resolution LCD 12.3-inch Audi virtual cockpit, a dynamic instrument cluster displaying relevant information, complemented by a head-up display for added convenience. Elevate your audio experience with the Bang & Olufsen premium sound system, standard in the SQ7 SUV, ensuring each drive is accompanied by exceptional sound quality.



The Audi SQ7 SUV is propelled by a potent TFSI engine, delivering an impressive 507 PS and 770 Nm of torque. With this power under the hood, it accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in a swift 4.1 seconds, showcasing its remarkable performance capabilities.



Despite the size of the SQ7, its performance statistics are capable of offering figures that wouldn’t look out of place on a two-seat sports car. Accelerating from 0-62mph in this Audi will take just 4.1 seconds, with its top speed being electronically limited to 155mph, where those kinds of speeds are permitted. 

It should come as no surprise that a big petrol V8 SUV isn’t the most efficient on the market, with Audi claiming a fuel economy figure of 23.3mpg, along with CO2 emissions of 283g/km.

0-62 mph

4.1 seconds

Top speed


CO2 emissions


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).