Monday, December 9


The high-performance version of the Audi Q7 2020 series was officially announced with a SQ8 shared engine for 435 horsepower and 900 Nm.

Shortly after the introduction of the Q7 upgrade version for the year 2020, Audi continued to announce the high-performance version of the car model to the three-row seat. Specifically, the SQ7 2020 was introduced to the powerful Diesel block similar to that of the British SQ8.

SQ7 TDI 2020 shared the Biturbo V8 4.0 litre diesel engine as the SQ8 for the 435 horsepower and 900 Nm ultra low torque from a very lower only 1,000 rpm, allowing the three-row SUV to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds Before reaching a maximum speed of 250 km/h.

Of course, the engine of the SQ7 is also enhanced by the 48 volt power system provided for the electric-powered compressor (EPC) to support the conventional pair of hypertension. This gives the SUV a performance that is almost undamaged by Turbolag.

Power is taken down the road through the four-wheeled quattro system and an 8-level automatic gearbox. There is also the system to drive all the wheels, making the rear wheel turn the front wheel to 5 degrees at low speed and turning the same direction when the high speed car to improve stability, thereby increasing agility. Air suspension is the norm.

In terms of design, SQ7 possesses the typical details of the S series such as sports front-bumper, Singleframe radiator grille with dual bars, familiar grey aluminium alloy mirror, dual circular exhaust pipe with chromium plated head and other external highlights Matte Silver color.

The 20 inch cast aluminum wheels are wrapped with 285/45 tires, the inside is brake disc size 400 mm front and 370 mm disc in rear. Clip the discs that are a black brake grip set with the S logo, although this option is available in red. Larger carbon ceramic plates are also available, and the choices will come with striking grey clamps.

Inside, the cabin has a combination of dark skin and the high-end Alcantara type for sports seats, complete in some detail with the slender aluminium bezel. However, customers have the choice of carbon decorative details, S Sports seats plus the Valcona skin and rhombus pattern, as well as a ambient light pack with 30 adjustable colors.

Other features include the latest MMI entertainment information system combined with direct traffic updates, S signature virtual cockpit with a performance view, four-zone climate control, a 3D advanced sound system Bang & Olufsen. The price of SQ7 2020 starts at 94,900 euro (106,430 USD) in Germany.