Audi Q7 2017 Prestige is a sports utility vehicle (SUV) from the vehicle manufacturer Audi. In 2005, Audi followed the first SUV followed by Audi Q5 (2008), Audi Q3 (2011) and Audi Q2 (2016). The 2017 Audi Q7 diesel engine was produced in Bratislava by Volkswagen Slovakia. The 2017 Audi Q7 S Line shares its platform and chassis with Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne.
Audi Q7 2017 is the first Audi SUV to use all the electrical / electronic systems, especially the very latest high-speed FlexRay fiber optic data bus that connects the latest generation Multi Media Interface, Adaptive Air Suspension and a large number of new driver support systems, it requires. Audi Q7 has up to 4 Nvidia Tegra processors.
Audi Q7 2017 : Features
The Audi Q7 2017 e-tron plug-in-hybrid comes with Matrix LED digitally controlled adaptive anti-glare multiple LED headlamps. The main beam includes 25 light emitting diodes per unit, which can be turned on or off or individually dimmed, depending on the situation. This continues to illuminate the rest of the path while allowing the headlight to react to other vehicles. Additional features of the new headlights include an intelligent cornering light, new visible daytime running lights and dynamic turn signals.
The Audi Q7 lighting system uses the estimated route from the navigation system to adjust the light distribution in response to the current driving situation. Together with the optional Navigation plus, the system recognizes route data in the navigation system, such as curves and road classifications, together with the MMI touch. Cross traffic reaches up to 155.3 mph with support of up to 40 MPH and radar-assisted cruise control
Audi Q7 2017 : Engine
Audi Q7 2017 e-tron The plug-in hybrid, called TDI Quattro, is powered by a 3.0 TDI V6 turbo-diesel engine (250 hp) coupled with an electric motor-generator placed in an 8-speed automatic transmission to provide a maximum output power of 3.0 kV and a maximum of 600 N·m (440 lb.ft) four-wheel-drive torque. The electronically controlled clutch separates the V6 engine from the rest of the powertrain. The 94 kW (126 hp) electric motor was powered by a 17.3 kWh lithium ion battery capable of delivering the entire electric range from 54 to 56 km (34 to 35 miles).
The 2017 Audi Q7 e-tron produces CO2 emissions of 50 to 48 g / km and consumes fuel from 1.8 to 1.9 l / 100 km (160 to 150 mpg-imp; 130 to 120 mpg-US) in accordance with the New European Driving Cycle. (NEDC). The 2017 Q7 e-tron is accelerating from zero to 60 km / h (37.3 mph) in 6.2 seconds at hybrid mode, from zero to 100 km / h (62.1 mph) at 6.5 seconds in all electric mode. The highest speed in hybrid mode is 230 km / h (140 mph) and 135 km / h (84 mph) electric mode.
Audi Q7 2017 TDI
Audi Q7 2017 is a version of 3.0 TDI with selective catalytic reduction. With Euro 6 certification, CO2 emissions have been reduced to 234 g / km but the vehicle weighs more than 50 kg (110 lb). It was reported that at 72.5 MPH (116.7 km / h) the Audi Q7 2017 TDI will win 29 + miles per gallon (diesel).