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A render showing us how could be the Audi Q7 2015

A render showing us how could be the Audi Q7 2015

A render showing us how could be the Audi Q7 2015

The Audi Q7 2015 has long been with us, specifically was presented in 2005 at the Frankfurt Motor Show and went on sale in 2006. From then until now, the first generation of German SUV has received minor tweaks that have served to hold fresh on a hard segment, but finally this coming year 2015 we meet the second generation, a second generation that comes loaded with new features.

This render the famous X-Tomi Design shows how could be the Audi Q7 2015, a rendering that does not show us a tale revolution in design, rather an evolutionary design that will focus on hiding the real dimensions of the vehicle. In this recreation we can see only the front of the SUV with the four rings, an area that receives inspiration from the latest models of the firm, as may well be the newly introduced restyling of the Audi Q3.

A render showing us how could be the Audi Q7 2015

A render showing us how could be the Audi Q7 2015

Whether you like this design you see on screen or not, do not worry because we know so accurate that the official design of the model is fully enclosed and defined, like most features and news. What really matters is centered under the hood, is that by using a new platform called MLB Evo this large SUV lost no less than 363 pounds on the scale.

The V6 and V8 engines will be present in the current range with some updates and assume that for a limited time waiting for the arrival of new blocks. It is also speculated with the arrival of a top end version called SQ7 making use of the technology used in the Audi RS5 TDI Concept, ie electric turbo. Could not miss a version e-tron to drink directly from the technology used by the Porsche Cayenne Hybrid SE.

If all you have read attracts you, you should wait until January to know it in all its glory. The Audi Q7 2015 will go on sale in the second half of 2015 and in late 2016 or early 2017 will know one “coupé” version BMW X6 style that could well be called Audi Q8. Will you be able to complete all Audi “Q” as discussed long ago? Honestly I seem unreasonable.

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