Audi Q7

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Changes in the Audi Q7

Audi Q7 will get a new engine, new transmission with eight grades and higher efficiency in its next upgrade.

Audi Q7

2012 Audi Q7 4.2

Current petrol engines with a volume of 4.2 liters and 3.6 FSI will be replaced by two three-liter TFSI supercharged engines. They will reduce fuel consumption by 12 and 16%.

Two new engines will allow Audi Q7 to become faster. The first engine has an output of 268 hp and with it the car accelerates from standstill to 100 km / h in 7.9 seconds. The second is a power 328 hp and it accelerates the Audi Q7 6.9 seconds. Both engines provide an average fuel consumption of about 8.8 liters per 100 km. and emissions of CO2 249g/km.

3.0 TDI engine will be replaced by a new, lighter, which will reduce the average cost of diesel fuel by 19%. The new diesel is 20 kg. lighter than its predecessor, it has a start-stop system with tiptronic transmission with eight degrees. It Audi Q7 will sprint from standstill to 100 km / h in 7.9 seconds and a top speed of 216 km / hour.

Caught Audi Q5 and Audi Q7 tests

The main changes will be in the larger crossover

Audi Q7

2012 Audi Q7 4.2 TDI

Audi is working hard on the renovation of its two major crossover Audi Q5 and Audi Q7, which can not be hidden from photographers prowl for new models of major companies.

It seems that the time of the first facelift of the smaller of the two – Q5, will come soon. Expected the new version does not differ much from this. Innovations will be in the radiator grille, which will be the same as the new models of the company from Ingolstadt. Furthermore, the Q5 will receive a revised front bumper and upgraded optics. Will be enhanced multimedia system crossover.

The Audi is preparing to upgrade the range of engines that will be with increased power. Two-liter diesel, for example, will rise from 170 to 177 hp Crossover will receive a new petrol engine three-liter V6 turbo, whose power in the different versions between 300 and 333 hp

Renewed Q5 will appear in public at the exhibition in Paris in September. It is not clear when we’ll see the next version of the Audi Q7, whose second generation is expected. First appeared in 2005, and in 2009 came facelift. We tested the prototype with the body of the current generation, but has a completely new lightweight platform.

Audi Q7

2012 Audi Q7 V12

It will be the basis of future SUV Volkswagen Group, including the production version Bentley EXP 9 F and crossover of Lamborghini, if it comes to placing into production. Still not clear drivers of Audi Q7, but certainly there will be a hybrid version of the crossover.

Review of the owner of the Audi Q7

My impressions about 4 months and 16.000 km are quite positive. It is the 4.2 TDI. At 1,000 km spoil the air suspension module and began to shine light on the dashboard, but the regulation of normal working level. Was replaced warranty. ESP-it also made me once a problem with freestylers in a meadow and lots of spin. I turn it off and then would not be included as a failure. Half an hour later, he stepped down on the pavement, everything fell into place. I have not had other complaints.

Impressions from the engine are more than good. 326 hp and 760 Nm are certainly ample for any claims. Turbo lag is barely felt or felt it was minimal. The feeling is definitely memorable because of the low revs even get a “kick back”. Maximum speed 245 km / h Perhaps he would lift a little more, but I would have at least another kilometer. Perhaps the unladen car will go to 250, but it certainly is the limit somewhere. Behavior on the road is very good, brakes are outstanding, but are not designed for constant loads up – overheating. However, when you have to stop this 3-ton monster stops.

Audi Q7

2012 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI

Consumption in city driving dropped significantly since I got the car. Now give me around 13-14 litres/100 km in the city during normal driving, the beginning was over 19. Urban consumption varies – in normal driving (assuming it is 130 to 160 km) gives me 12 l / 100 km. In Full Throttle and healthy “wrinkling” suspension of 200 gas and then back to 200, the cost goes up to 16 liters in enough patience, can be downloaded and under 10, but they will have someone who will drive both .

Equipment performance and quality – excellent. For example I will give BMW X5 where watching leather steering wheel, I’m left feeling that if I had sewn, the result would probably be better. It certainly has nothing to catch a man – keyless ignition, cornering headlights, Bluetooth phone, rear view camera … things that are seemingly about arseholes, but you then sit in a car without them, you start to feel like a non-harvesting in the vineyard. Lacks some features that would normally be offered to high-end cars, but I guess it’s a marketing strategy. For example, vacuum door (it has the Audi A8) is not available.

Audi Q7

2011 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI

Mercedes and BMW have a lot more seats vkstri and settings. Audi Q7 In no option to airing the seats. Until recently, I thought this is a feature that is absolutely meaningless, but now I understand that you sit hot black leather outfit especially is not very comfortable feeling. However, in terms of equipment and facilities, major nuisance for me is the lack of any space for personal belongings. In the glove compartment fit a pair of glasses and a packet of tissues. Otherwise do cool – water is cold compartment. Except 0.5l bottle is the maximum that can fit in it … and that if I pull everything.

Offroad. It is for this car. Due to the adaptive air suspension, the car is off-road. But the lack of slow speeds and differential lock should give etusiastite of attempted exploits. Try it a few times – the car is more suited to be a bad time, but not for real off-road. Basically, that’s it for now. I hope you’re really over there and write impressions, not problems.

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