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The Q7is a premium seven-passenger vehicles are a hot commodity with growing families in an improving economy. An all-new second-generation Q7 using more aluminum to reduce weight — improving dynamics and reducing fuel usage. It also incorporates the latest advances in semi-autonomous safety and infotainment technology. The Q7 offers a 333-hp supercharged 3.0-liter V6 in the 3.0T. Q7 uses a quick-shifting eight-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission and Audi’s legendary Quattro all-wheel drive.
Audi has been setting the interior design bar high for years, and the Q7 delivers in a big way. The cabin is simultaneously functional and stylish, achieving that rare balance of good taste and contemporary funk, ambient LED lighting in subtle hues adds drama — especially during night driving — accenting the console, instrument panel and door trim panels with a flourish.
The cabin is hushed and calm, and the front bucket seats are supremely comfortable and supportive. Attention to detail and fit and finish rank at the top of the class. It takes a bit of time to sort out the functions of the console-mounted buttons, haptic touch controls, and nicely weighted control dial located between the transmission shifter and dash. There’s even a handwriting recognition function for the control pad. Once you master these tools, MMI is your window to the Q7’s standard 10-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo with MP3 playback, HD radio, and SiriusXM satellite radio, Bluetooth connectivity and streaming audio capability, and of course Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. There is Bose sound systems: a 558-watt, 19-speaker. One of the neater features in the Q7 is the Virtual Cockpit. Included with Prestige trim package that also includes a 360-degree overhead camera, it’s a driver-configurable 12.3-inch high-resolution screen that replaces the standard gauge layout of a large speedometer and tachometer. The driver can choose among the several different dash gauge and information displays the driver can choose from using steering wheel buttons. One of these minimizes the speedometer and tachometer and brings the navigation screen in front of the driver. The map has stunning Google Earth birds-eye-view topographic detail showing buildings, landscapes, and roads as if a drone were always broadcasting live imagery from a few hundred feet overhead. Q7 equipped with a standard twin-panel panoramic sunroof with sunshade, slide, and tilt features. Combined with the generous glass area, elevated seating with roomy first- and second-row chairs, and thinner roof pillars, the window to the sky gives the Q7 an open, airy feeling often missing in big SUVs. Three-zone automatic climate control, leather seating surfaces, and heated power front seats come standard. A standard wireless charger for Qi-enabled phones and tablets graces the console, while a head-up display and a power-adjustable steering column are also available. It’s sometimes the little details that separate really thoughtful designs from commonplace ones. The Q7 incorporates dual sun visors for both the driver and front passenger. These include extendable sun visors that pivot out to shade the side windows plus a second set of visors that flip down to protect from glare at the top of the windshield.
Meanwhile, the blind-spot monitoring system on middle and upper trims goes the extra mile for safety. It replaces the more common pinky-finger-size warning icon on the mirror with a much larger set of bright, impossible-to-ignore yellow LEDs on the inside face of the mirror housing. The Q7’s second-row seat is nearly as roomy as the fronts. The middle piece of the split 35/30/35 second-row seat folds down to form an armrest and console, while the outboard sections tumble and pivot forward to grant a small measure of third-row access. All three sections can be folded flat for maximum cargo capacity, and they can slide fore and aft to apportion available legroom where it’s needed. The second-row seats also recline, and uplevel trims add seat heaters. There are five LATCH child seat anchor points — three for the second row and two for the third. As with most of today’s seven-passenger crossover suvs, don’t think that capacity applies to adults. The Audi Q7 should be considered a 5+2-seater. The Q7 doesn’t offer enough third-row legroom to comfortably transport adults any distance.Although Audi does provide a pair of LATCH child-seat anchor points for the third row, access to those seats is a bit restricted. Wee folks who’ve outgrown child safety seats but aren’t too long-legged can fit back there after sliding the second-row seats forward a bit. The 50/50 split third-row seat includes power folding and raising, facilitating cargo-hauling. Even with the third-row seat up, up the Q7 offers 14.8 cubic feet of cargo space. Additionally, there are some nooks and crannies for small items like digital cameras and such under the rear cargo floor. This space also houses the amplifier, subwoofer, and electronics of the optional surround-sound audio systems. But you won’t find a spare tire there; the Q7 rolls on extended mobility tires, which take much of the bother out of changing a flat tire in some awful place.
Despite the Q7’s roominess and impressive capabilities, it drives smaller than it looks. That is to say, it goes, turns and stops with carlike agility, handling corners with composure. Standard brake-based torque vectoring improves the big SUV’s steering response, momentarily applying an inside rear brake to reduce understeer on turn-in. By turning the rear wheels slightly in the same or opposite direction of the fronts, optional four-wheel steering both enhances high-speed stability and aids around-town maneuverability.
The Q7 remains surprisingly flat in corners, even more so with the optional adaptive air suspension. This feature not only enhances handling precision when the standard Audi Drive Select system is in Dynamic mode, but it also makes the Q7 a comfortable long-distance cruiser with Drive Select dialed to Efficiency, Comfort, or Auto modes. Big-diameter four-wheel disc brakes inspire confidence. Big SUVs are often family haulers, so safety is high on the priority list. The Q7 rolls with standard dual front, front-seat side, and all-row overhead airbags, with rear seat side airbags.