The Audi Q7 With a gasoline engine, it had been practically forgotten after the appearance of multiple EV e-trons, but the spacious SUV will have a new generation, as shown by the new spy images of the prototype that will be a facelift.
The second generation of Audi Q7 was introduced in 2015 based on the MLB platform, with a facelift in 2019. Typically, a new generation would appear in 2023-2024, but Audi opted for a facelift before ending internal combustion cars .
The spied vehicle has a light camouflage that hides the styling changes that focus on the front area. The highlights are the headlights with a simpler shape that embraces the revised singleframe grille.
Also new LED graphics that make it look like a Q8 or an e-tron SUV. The chrome-finished vertical slits were replaced by a pattern with a more modern black finish, the front bumper has slimmer air intakes on the sides.
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On the sides it remains identical to the existing model, taking advantage of the original simple design with 8 years on the market. The illuminated rear area on the tailgate and bumper looks like it’s carried over from the 2019 facelift. Changes are limited to a different design on the lower section of the rear bumper.
Inside, expect software improvements and the addition of more ADAS as well as connectivity features. Powertrain upgrades are a mystery, though the focus is likely on electrification.
The facelifted Audi Q7 is estimated to debut in 2024 along with the mechanically related updated Q8.
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