The facelift upgrade versions of the 2nd generation Audi Q7 have been officially introduced with many positive changes in both design and technology styles. Audi's large SUV now looks more grotesque and pitiful, along with new equipment shared by Audi Q8, including lightweight hybrid engine technology (Mild-Hybrid). Expected, Audi Q7 2020 will start selling in Europe from September this year.

Looking at these images, you probably won't realize that this is the Audi Q7 because it almost completely changes its appearance. From a simple, luxurious design to a strong, thorny style. Details such as hexagonal grille, front / rear bumpers or lamp graphics are made sharper and more rigid than before. Similar to Q8, the Q7 now has the option of lighting using HD Matrix LED technology, or more advanced than the Audi Laser light system.

The red car illustrated in this article has been equipped with the S-line exterior option package, adding many sports accents such as the front and rear hatch guards, as well as the use of 19-gauge multi-spoke wheels. "With this equipment package, the Audi Q7 now has an overall length of 5,063 mm, an increase of 11 mm compared to the standard version.

The Audi Q7 cabin now changes with the new, modern and eye-catching virtual cockpit design. The familiar Q8 devices also appear, such as 2 touch screens featuring haptic feedback, digital speedometer boards that are as perfect or as electric ones. Other facilities on high-end SUV also include 3D Bang & Olufsen speaker system, 4-zone automatic air conditioning, snorkel door, MMI infotainment system, and cooling and massage seats. In addition, customers can choose Q7 with 5-seat configuration or 7-seater as you like.

Expected, Audi Q7 will have both petrol and diesel versions. In particular, the 340-horsepower 3.0-liter TFSI petrol engine will be sold after versions of 3.0L diesel (231 or 286 hp). Further, Audi will add a plug-in hybrid version of Q7. All Audi Q7 versions will be equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission and quattro full-time 4-wheel drive system. At the same time, the Q7 2020 also has a rear-wheel drive system (All-wheel steering) along with an air suspension system that will lift the roaring light according to the operating mode.

Besides, the engine on the Audi Q7 now has Audi's mild Mild-Hybrid hybrid technology. With the Mild-Hybrid, the Q7 will have an additional electric motor and small lithium-ion battery pack to help support the acceleration, jogging and brake energy regeneration. Since then, the SUV has improved fuel consumption by 0.7 liter for 100 km.

Finally, Audi said the new Q7 now has more stable performance with the option to upgrade the car's tilt control system (Electromechanical Active Roll Stabilization). This system will actively adjust the chassis continuously to minimize the negative movements of the body and keep the center of the car in the most stable state. For example, in case of Q7 cornering at high speed, the inclination of the body will be less, increasing the stability of the vehicle as well as the comfort of passengers.