The design of the Audi Q7 e-tron quattro strikes a balance between powerful, precision design language and elegant understatement. All of its lines and surfaces are finished precisely and concisely. The car's width and solidity is emphasised. Its tailgate embraces the steeply angled D-pillars, which is typical of the Q models from Audi.
Design elements, such as the wrap-around, i.e. the great arc around the driver and passenger, decorative strips or the linear array of air vents emphasise the interior's spaciousness. The two-part application surfaces allow many individual combinations; the range of cover materials corresponds to that of luxury class cars.
Many of the materials in the elegant Audi design selection range are new to the Q family. No compromises have been made regarding the workmanship, as is typical for Audi.
The lithium-ion battery is composed of 168 high-quality battery cells and liquid cooled. Its 17.3 kWh capacity permits a 56 kilometre range during electric operation - another record in the segment. The new Q7 e-tron quattro features the new two-phase charging technology, which permits charge connections of up to 7.2 kW.
As a result, depending on the infrastructure (a correspondingly powerful industrial plug socket) and the charging cable, a full battery charge can be achieved in approximately two and a half hours.
The Audi Q7 e-tron quattro offers the most spacious interior in its segment. The luggage compartment holds 650 litres in its normal set-up and 1,835 litres at maximum. Design elements, such as the wrap-around, i.e. the great arc around the driver and passenger, decorative strips or the linear array of air vents emphasise the interior's spaciousness.
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