It will be available from £37,285 on-the-road and have a choice of two engines from launch.
The new 4.2-litre 348bhp V8 with FSI petrol direct injection and the 3.0 231bhp TDI V6 with advanced piezo injection. Both engines will be linked via a six-speed tiptronic automatic transmission.
Three specification levels are offered for the V6 TDI model, and two for the V8 petrol version. Exclusive to the V6 TDI, standard specification includes adaptive air suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels with 235/60 R18 tyres, the multi media interface (MMI) control system, a single CD player, rear acoustic parking, cruise control, climate control and a driver’s information system.
SE specification is standard for the V8 FSI and an extra cost upgrade for the V6 TDI. It adds 18-inch alloy wheel design with wider 255/55 R18 tyres, bumpers finished in a contrasting colour, additional chrome exterior trim, full leather upholstery, heated front seats with full electric adjustment and wood fascia inlays.
S line specification – optional for both engine versions – has 20-inch S line alloy wheels with 275/45 R20 tyres, body-coloured bumpers, S line exterior styling enhancements to the front bumper, grille and rear diffuser and S line insignias. Inside, it includes leather and Alcantara combination upholstery, electric front sports seats embossed with the S line logo and matt brushed aluminium fascia and door inlays.
Q7 3.0 TDI models can be upgraded to SE trim at an extra cost of £2,500, or to the S line specification for an additional £3,400.
Q7 4.2 FSI models are equipped to SE specification as standard, with the S line option available at an extra cost of £900.
Audi Q7 UK pricing:
SE trim: standard for V8 models, £2,500 for V6 models)
(S line trim: £3,400 for V6 models, £900 for V8 models)