Audi Q7 facelift likely to launch in India in early 2022, local manufacturing process begins

Audi has emerged as a popular luxury car brand in India and the Audi Q7 Facelift is going to launch in early 2022. The car manufacturer (Audi) has already started the local production of the SUV in India. The Audi facelift will be the same as that of the model launched in 2019 globally. The new Audi Q7 will receive a bunch of updates that will include both interior and exterior of the car. It is likely that the car will be launched in January 2022.

The Audi Q7 SUV will be powered by a 3.0-litre petrol engine that churns out a power of 335bhp. The peak torque of the SUV is 500Nm. Keeping the emission norms in mind, Audi will make the SUV available in just petrol variant. There will be no diesel variant of the Audi Q7. The transmission of the SUV includes an eight-speed automatic gearbox along with all-wheel drive as standard.

The exterior of the SUV gets new LED headlamps, redesigned alloy wheels, tweaked LED tail lamps, etc. The front grille is massive and is hexagonal in structure. There are three vertical lines that are present inside the perimeter of the grille and they run parallel to each other.

In terms of interior, the Audi Q7 facelift SUV will have an updated cabin, which includes a larger touchscreen, flat-bottom steering wheel, and some other attractive features like the virtual cockpit. Users can choose from a range of premium upholstery for this SUV. Some other features include a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, and multiple-seating layouts.

In India the facelift Audi Q7 SUV will rival the likes of BMW X7, Mercedes-Benz GLS, Volvo XC90 etc.

In terms of price, we are expecting that the price of the facelift Audi Q7 will be around Rs 1 crore- Rs 1.20 crore, at the time of launch.

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