Compared with the standard Q7 the SQ7 has a more aggressive with a larger S-specific bumper of air intakes and standard 21-inch wheels make it more attractive.
Those who are interested to have a brooding image can go for the Black Optic packages which add a darker vibe to the drill, door panels, mirror housings, window surrounds, roof rails and bumper details.
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SQ7’s heart is a 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 that bursts into life at launch with the same engine used in the Aggro RS Q8, but it is detuned here to produce “only” 568 pound-feet of torque and 500 horsepower.
Audi increases its standard SQ7 of by equipping it with adaptive air suspension rear-axle steering and optional torque-vectoring.
The SQ7 on the road handles and crushes like a boss and seems like a much smaller and nimbler car.
The active role stabilization from Audi helps tires with a good grip like summer tires do.
So far straight-line speed is concerned; Audi says the SQ7 can sprint to 60mph in 4.3 seconds.
The only thing I object to is that the steering feel is light and this is the common trait of all new Audis.
There are three rows of seats in the SQ7 but the way back should be reserved for the children only.