Audi is introducing a new Q7 large SUV, which will enter the European market in September with a 48V mild-hybrid system (MHEV) as standard.

While initially, the Audi Q7 will be available only with diesel engines, shortly thereafter also a gasoline and plug-in hybrid version will be on sale.

Audi didn't yet reveal any details about the Q7 PHEV, so we just add the new model on the quickly expanding list:

Audi BEV models:

Audi PHEV models:

  • Audi A3 e-tron (outgoing model)
  • Audi Q5 55 TFSI e quattro (two versions - comfort and performance) (from Q3 2019)
  • Audi Q7 PHEV (probably late 2019/2020)
  • Audi A6 TFSI e (two versions - comfort and performance) (coming soon)
  • Audi A7 Sportback TFSI e (two versions - comfort performance) (coming soon)
  • Audi A8 TFSI e (coming soon)
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Taken to the next level: new edition of the Audi Q7

  • More powerful: new design with clear SUV characteristics and prestige factor
  • More dynamic: active roll stabilization, air suspension and all-wheel steering
  • More cutting edge: touch operating concept, HD Matrix laser light and 48‑volt mild hybrid 

The Audi Q7 is getting an all-round update – both visually and technically. The large SUV features the new design of the Q family and offers superb dynamics and excellent comfort, in addition to its superior spaciousness. Mild hybrid technology, the digital operating concept and the optional HD Matrix LED headlights including laser light are just some of its highlights. The new Audi Q7 will be launched in Europe in mid-September.

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