Audi reveals two new additions to the Q7 family


Audi is set to strengthen its rugged Q7 line-up with two new special editions that add extra muscle in the form of flared bodywork, larger alloy wheels and off-road bash plates.
> First up is the Audi Q7 Style Edition that is available on 3.0-litre V6 TDI and 4.2-litre V8 TDI models and adds 21-inch, five spoke matte titanium alloy wheels, stainless steel underbody protectors and extended wheel arches.

Buyers looking to beef up their Q7s can opt for the Sport Edition package, where they will be treated to titanium finish 21-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured wheelarch extensions, enlarged front air intakes, lower bumper spoilers, stainless steel underbody protection and dual oval exhaust tailpipes integrated into the rear bumper.

Style Edition customers will have to part with a further £1,500 over the regular S Line premium, so expect to pay £53,975 for the smallest 3.0-litre TDI model and a wallet-bothering £62,600 for the 4.2-Litre TDI.

Sport Edition customers will have to persuade the bank manager further still, as the top end 4.2 TDI model with all the bells and whistles comes in at £64,100.

​But the inclusion of a wealth of extras, including privacy glass from the B-pillar rearwards, Xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lamps, supple Verano leather upholstery, stainless steel side running boards, powered tailgate operation, HDD satellite navigation, the Audi parking system advanced with visual and acoustic guidance, the Audi Music Interface and Audi connect, should help sway it.