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Luxury car market in India is getting more and more customer oriented since the last couple of years. Among Germany's Big 3, Audi is one automaker who has tasted immense success in the country owing to its contemporary models. Audi Q7 is its flagship SUV model, which is currently being offered as a CBU unit. Now, its facelifted version is launched in two trim levels, which are Premium Plus and Technology. It is about 300 kilograms lighter than the outgoing model, which will greatly enhance its overall performance and drive dynamics. This is powered by a 3.0-litre TDI oil burner that can generate 245.4bhp power in combination with 600Nm torque. Lowered weight and increased power output eventually offers a driving experience like never before. This motor is skillfully paired with an 8-speed tiptronic automatic transmission gear box. It is offered as a completely built-in unit, but its local manufacturing will start sometime in the next year at its Aurangabad facility. Its exterior styling has received a drastic improvement than before. The design concept of its signature grille remains the same, but the hexagonal surround got thicker in its size. The newly designed headlamps are available in three options namely, LEDs, xenon and Matrix LED lamps. Arrow shaped daytime running lights brings it more style, while both the bumpers are also tweaked. In the rear, it includes power operated tailgate as well as new LED tail lamps. 

The interiors also has some significant improvements that are incomparably different from the outgoing model. Its cockpit has a premium design with admirable detailing all round. It also features an updated dashboard featuring a new infotainment system. It has neatly camouflaged cosmetics with modern layouts that set a new benchmark in the styling section. Audi's “Virtual Cockpit” all digital instrument cluster and Drive Select will remain the other key highlight. Apart from the entertainment and communication sections, all its comfort features are retained from its predecessor. As for the safety, it comes with improved set of attributes that offer next level of protection. It takes on the likes of Mercedes Benz GL class, Volvo XC 90, Porsche Macan and BMW X5 in India.

Luxury car market in India is getting more and more customer oriented since the last couple of years. Among Germany's Big 3, Audi is one automaker who has tasted immense success in the country owing to its contemporary models. Audi Q7 is its flagship SUV model, which is currently being offered as a CBU unit. Now, its facelifted version is launched in two trim levels, which are Premium Plus and Technology. It is about 300 kilograms lighter than the outgoing model, which will greatly enhance its overall performance and drive dynamics. This is powered by a 3.0-litre TDI oil burner that can generate 245.4bhp power in combination with 600Nm torque. Lowered weight and increased power output eventually offers a driving experience like never before. This motor is skillfully paired with an 8-speed tiptronic automatic transmission gear box. It is offered as a completely built-in unit, but its local manufacturing will start sometime in the next year at its Aurangabad facility. Its exterior styling has received a drastic improvement than before. The design concept of its signature grille remains the same, but the hexagonal surround got thicker in its size. The newly designed headlamps are available in three options namely, LEDs, xenon and Matrix LED lamps. Arrow shaped daytime running lights brings it more style, while both the bumpers are also tweaked. In the rear, it includes power operated tailgate as well as new LED tail lamps. 

The interiors also has some significant improvements that are incomparably different from the outgoing model. Its cockpit has a premium design with admirable detailing all round. It also features an updated dashboard featuring a new infotainment system. It has neatly camouflaged cosmetics with modern layouts that set a new benchmark in the styling section. Audi's “Virtual Cockpit” all digital instrument cluster and Drive Select will remain the other key highlight. Apart from the entertainment and communication sections, all its comfort features are retained from its predecessor. As for the safety, it comes with improved set of attributes that offer next level of protection. It takes on the likes of Mercedes Benz GL class, Volvo XC 90, Porsche Macan and BMW X5 in India.


Audi Q7 [2010 - 2015] 3.0 TDI quattro Technology Pack

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Basic Info
BrandAudi
ModelQ7 [2010 - 2015]
VariantAudi Q7 [2010 - 2015] 3.0 TDI quattro Technology Pack
Color
Exterior StatusExcellent
Engine StatusExcellent
Battery StatusExcellent
Break StatusExcellent
Tyre StatusExcellent
Suspension StatusExcellent
Seat StatusExcellent

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