The upgraded 2020 Audi Q7 is expected to be a tough competitor in its class. The new ride is equipped with driver assistance technologies which support its performance. Further, for 2020 model year, the new Q7 offers more cabin room than that of its predecessor.
Like has been mentioned before, the new Q7 will offer more spacious cabin; even though the body will be subtly shorter than its predecessor. The new ride will also offer several engine options to choose from. Most importantly, the 2020 Q7 has received the highest IIHS’ Top Safety Pick+ honors in terms of its safety.
2020 Audi Q7 Redesign and Changes
It is expected that the exterior of the new Q7 will get several changes. Even though the detailed information has not been released yet, car enthusiasts predicted that the new ride might come out with revised headlamps, upgraded grille, and many more.
For 2020, Audi Q7 is 1.5 inches shorter and 0.6 inches narrower than its previous model. Even so, the cabin is longer and more spacious with adequate space for legroom and headroom. On top of that, the overall weight has been cut up to more than 700 pounds; thanks to the lightweight materials being used.
As for the interior, the new Q7 comes with longer and more spacious cabin. Both the driver and the passengers are provided with plenty of space and comfort. Further, it also has the optional third-row seats which are satisfactorily roomy.
The 2020 A7 also comes with high quality safety features which make it received the highest IIHS’ Top Safety Pick+ honors. This new ride is coming standard with advanced safety features including a full set of standard airbags. Apart from that, it has been equipped with active-safety features.
2020 Audi Q7 Engine Specs
Under the hood, the new Audi Q7 is powered by a 3.0 L TDI engine and a 3.0 L supercharged V-6 for the U.S. market. The 3.0 L TDI engine is capable of producing 272 horsepower; while the 3.0 L supercharged V-6 is able to deliver 333 horsepower. Both engines are also more efficient.
Even though the power delivered by the supercharged V-6 on the new 2020 Audi Q7 is great, but the fuel consumption is the advantage. It goes for around 18 mpg in the city and 27 on the highway. For the U.S. market, these numbers are not so good. Even so, the gasoline V-6 still offers lightning-quick responses which are great for windy roads.