Audi Q7 30 Year Quattro Edition Released
is offering itself and its customers one quattro birthday party after another. The latest automotive gift meant to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the quattro (Audi’s All-Wheel-Drive system) is a special edition of the Q7 SUV.
Dubbed Audi Q7
“30 year quattro” edition, the model is dedicated exclusively for the Italian market and offers customers a long list of equipment aimed at improving Audi’s full-size SUV experience.
The vehicle comes with the Parking System Plus (this includes a rear-view camera and a dashboard display), adaptive cruise control, a third row of seats in the luggage compartment, and Bluetooth connectivity.
In addition to that, the SUV gets the Advanced Plus package that brings adaptive lights, heated, electric-powered front seats with extra lumbar support, as well as a premium navigation system that uses Audi
MMI interface and a hard drive.
The exterior of the car has received an Aluminum package that offers it a sporty image. The special edition is available for two units in the Q7
engine range: the V6 TDI and the V8 TDI.
All this goodies seem like a fine choice that can make your Q7 an enhanced machine and a more special vehicle at the same time, but let’s see what effects does the choosing of the special edition option box has on your bank account.
If you were planing to “extra-spec” your Q7
in the first place, choosing the package is a good idea as this will save you money compared to the price of the individual items. The 30 years quattro edition comes with a price premium of EUR7,900 when combined with the V6 engine and EUR5,500 for the V8 TDI, which represents a 50 percent saving. Sales are scheduled to debut in October.Article Source
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