Refreshed 2024 Audi Q7 render based on spy images

Only a few days have passed since a prototype of a Audi Q7 updated, but Kolesa’s team wastes no time and already shows a speculative rendering of the SUV.

This design exercise tries to decipher what’s underneath the camouflage, and it appears that the changes will be less significant compared to the 2019 revamp.

As it happens in the spy images, the Q7 2024 presents new LED graphics for headlights and taillights. Modifications to the grille and air intakes on the front bumper are also noticeable. Despite the fact that the prototype hid the design of the rear area, it is estimated that they will be minor changes. Audi does not usually take risks with its designs, so he hopes the second facelift will be safe.

This will be the last update to the Q7 with a combustion engine. The firm announced that it will launch only EV from 2026. Logic tells us that the SUV will be presented before the end of 2023 with gasoline, diesel and plug-in hybrid blocks to stay on the market until after the middle of the decade.

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It will eventually be replaced by an EV, with the German luxury brand aiming to abandon sales of ICE-powered cars by 2023.

The Q7 is used to presenting interesting engines, with the V12 TDI being the most powerful. This 6.0-liter twin-turbo monster available for the next generation of the car generates 738 pound-feet in 2006.

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Likewise, the vehicle is offered in several engine options and the current model is the living example of this. This ranges from a small four-cylinder petrol engine to a powerful V8 for the SQ7. The latter was temporarily offered with a V8 diesel in Europe, while plug-in hybrid powertrains are also in the mix.

This upcoming Audi Q7 should have cleaner-burning engines and a longer-range PHEV wouldn’t be surprising.

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