The entry-level Audi Q7 reached the UK shores, with the company announcing the available trim levels and pricing.
The new 218PS (215hp) 3.0-litre TDI V6 diesel engine returns as low as 148g/km of CO2 emissions with a combined fuel consumption of 49.6 mpg UK for models equipped with 18-inch wheels. Torque is rated at 369lb ft (500Nm), delivered between 1250 rpm and 3000 rpm, while 0-62 mph takes 7.3 seconds and on to a top speed of 134 mph.
The standard SE trim, priced at £47,755 includes things like MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch, Audi connect, Audi drive select, keyless go, parking system plus and a powered tailgate. The S-line versions come fitted with LED headlights, 20-inch alloys, privacy glass and the usual ‘S Line’ styling bits, priced at £51,250.
Customers can also choose from the options list things like the Audi Virtual Cockpit, adaptive air suspension and for the first time in the segment, all-wheel steering.
The Audi Q7 215 hp 3.0 TDI joins the 268hp 3.0T DI version which offers 442 lb ft of torque and a claimed 47.9 mpg UK and 153 g/km of CO2 emissions, with the procedure of zero to 62 mph taking 6.5 seconds and the top speed set at 145 mph.
All UK models come with the seven-seat configuration as standard with the five-seat version to be a no-cost option for the customer. The Audi Q7 215 hp 3.0 TDI is available for order now with the first deliveries expected to start from October.