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Audi Showcased Its Q7 At 2015 New York Auto show
Audi Showcased Its Q7 At 2015 New York Auto show

We have already read some news about the Audi Q7 that it has been spotted while being tested in India, before its worldwide wrapping off in Detroit Auto show. It is also not a hidden fact that the automaker can anytime launch this premium SUV in India. A number of pictures of the vehicle have been made available online; these pictures have been taken at the New York Auto Show.

The front of the vehicle has been incorporated with a single frame grille with three D effect; moreover, the fascia has been equipped with the registration plate, the logo, and horizontal stats. LED lamps have been fitted as standard while, as optional, you can get matrix system besides other things.

 

The interior of the vehicle looks fresh as it has been made sophisticated if it is compared to the design of the present vehicle. The new vehicle has been sported with an updated MMI infotainment system of Audi; this system has been associated with a large screen. For the entertainment, it has been equipped with a sound system, Bang & Olufen. The vehicle has been developed on the basis of the modified MQM platform. This is a good car for the people who wish to have a spacious cabin. This car’s second and third row has been made much spacious which the vehicle viable.

 

The new vehicle has been built focusing on the weight loss; consequently it has been made lighter than its ancestor as it weighs only 325 kilogram. Weight reduction makes this vehicle more capable performer along with it also makes 27 percent more efficient car. In the Indian car market, the car with 3.0 liter has been told to be a more favorite model; while the people are seeking more power, will opt the vehicle coming with the V8 petrol engine.  

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