Audi Q7 Style and Sport editions launched

Audi has launched two new special edition Q7 models, to sit above the range-topping S-Line. Details here

Audi is offering two new premier trim levels for its seven-seat, air suspended Q7 SUV, named S Line Style Edition and S Line Sport Edition.

Costing an extra £1500 compared to the previous range topping S Line Plus trim, the Style Edition adds bespoke 21-inch wheels that feature a matt-titanium finish on a five-arm rotor design, stainless steel underbody protectors and extended wheel arches that sit beside re-designed bumpers.

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The Style Edition will also be available as standard in seven solid, metallic or pearl effect colours: Night black, Teak brown, Lava grey, Orca black, Graphite grey, Daytona grey or Scuba blue.

For a further £1500 premium, customers can buy an S Line Sport Edition Q7, a trim level that adds even more aggression to the SUV. Taking inspiration from the 493bhp V12 TDI version, customers can expect titanium finish five-spoke wheels, extended wheel arches and enlarged front air intakes, with the Sport Edition’s bumpers harnessing lower spoilers, bespoke stainless steel underbody protection and dual-oval exhaust pipes to give the Q7 performance car credentials.

The Sport Edition’s paint options are unrestricted, all of the 13 available colours for the entire range demanding no extra money from the trim’s customers.

Both new trim levels are available with the 3-litre TDI V6 engine or 4.2-litre TDI V8, building on the already luxurious S Line Plus trim. This trim already comes as standard with privacy-glass, xenon headlights with LED day running lights, 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.

Prices range between £52,975 OTR and £64,100 OTR for the range topping trims, with orders being taken now.

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