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Restyling anche per Q7. Personalmente lo trovo migliorativo. In vendita dall'autunno 2019.

Tutta la gamma Q7 2020 viene aggiornata con sistemi 48V e diventa Mild-Hybrid. Di serie fari anteriori con tecnologia Matrix-LED, mentre saranno optional quelli LASER. Rispetto al modello precedente, la nuova Q7 è più grande. È cresciuta di 11 millimetri. Supera i suoi diretti concorrenti nella lunghezza interna e nell'abitabilità, che garantisce uno spazio enorme per le gambe, gomiti e le spalle. Sul cruscotto c'è un nuovo spazio di archiviazione.

Tra le dotazioni di serie troviamo il portellone elettrico, che faciliterà l'accesso al bagagliaio. Come opzione, si può aggiungere l'apertura tramite il controllo gestuale con il tuo piede. E parlando di equipaggiamento opzionale, nella lista troveremo la terza fila di due posti con la funzione di ripiegamento elettrico. C'è anche un pacchetto di illuminazione ambientale, climatizzatore automatico a quattro zone, sistema audio 3D Advanced Soud di Bang & Olufsen e pacchetto di qualità dell'aria con fragranze.

Il fulcro degli interni sarà il Sistema MMI Navigation Plus, che fornirà numerose opzioni di connettività. Include lo standard di connessione 5G e un hotspot Wi-Fi. Dà accesso ai servizi di Audi connect e fa il suo ingresso il servizio vocale Alexa di Amazon basato sul cloud. 

Al fine di migliorare il comportamento dinamico della nuova Audi Q7, l'azienda tedesca ha apportato varie modifiche alle sospensioni. La barra anti rollio attiva è ora disponibile come optional. Il sistema di sterzata integrale sulle quattro ruote è anche disponibile a richiesta. A bassa velocità consente alle ruote posteriori di ruotare fino a 5 gradi nella direzione opposta rispetto alle ruote anteriori, migliorando così l'agilità.

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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.

 

Robust look: the exterior design

The Audi Q7 demonstrates the hallmark SUV elements in the current design language. It bears the large octagon-shaped Singleframe, with six upright slats providing the structure. As such, the SUV looks even more powerful. The two-part side air inlets have a much more expressive line, just like the sill area that underscores the large SUV’s ground clearance and, in turn, its offroad capabilities. The headlights, optionally in HD Matrix LED technology with Audi laser light, emphasize with their contour and light signature the width of the full-size model. On the restyled rear, a striking chrome strip creates the visual connection between the flat rear lights with their technical-looking graphics and carries forward the horizontal body line. The designers achieved the clear view with taut, flat surfaces, which span the entire width particularly in the license plate region. The Audi Q7 is particularly striking with the optional S line exterior: A blade in the front bumper, sportily accentuated underbody protection at the rear along with full paint finish and 19-inch wheels come standard.

 

Sporty on-road, powerful off: the suspension

Audi has substantially enhanced the dynamic attributes of the Q7. The electromechanical active roll stabilization is available as an option for the large SUV. Adjustable stabilizers reduce the body movements on uneven roads when driving in a straight line. With a sporty driving style, the focus is on optimum roll compensation – the tendency of the car to lean into the bend is reduced substantially.

All-wheel steering is also optionally available: The rear wheels turn by up to 5 degrees in the opposite direction at low speed, which increases agility. On the highway these wheels steer slightly in the same direction to promote stability.

Thanks to the combination of these high-tech systems, the Audi Q7 is extremely maneuverable, precise and agile in urban traffic and on hairpin bends. In contrast, the Q7 behaves as a highly comfortable, poised touring SUV with excellent ride comfort on freeways – particularly in conjunction with the adaptive air suspension. It also provides variable ground clearance and prepares the Audi Q7 with its standard quattro drive for terrain off the beaten track. The appropriate offroad mode can be selected via the Audi drive select dynamic handling system with its seven profiles. Air suspension comes standard on all seven-seater Q7 models. The S line exterior includes the slightly firmer adaptive air suspension sport, which lowers the ride height by 15 millimeters (0.6 in) compared with the regular air suspension system.

Mild hybrid technology standard: the drivetrain

All of the engines in the Audi Q7 are coupled to an eight-speed tiptronic and permanent all‑wheel drive. A choice of two diesel engines will be available at market launch. Shortly after the market introduction in September, a gasoline unit, followed also by a plug-in hybrid model, will join the lineup. The standard mild hybrid technology plays a major part in the efficiency of the engines. In customer operation, this technology can reduce consumption by up to 0.7 liters per 100 kilometers. Its central component, the belt alternator starter (BAS), powers a 48-volt main electrical system in which a compact lithium-ion battery stores the energy. During braking, the BAS can recover up to 8 kW of power and feed it back into the battery. If the driver takes their foot off the accelerator at speeds between 55 and 160 km/h (34.2 and 99.4 mph), the Audi Q7 recuperates energy, rolls in idle or coasts for up to 40 seconds with the engine switched off. The BAS restarts the engine the next time the accelerator is depressed, and does so faster and more gently than a conventional starter. The start‑stop range begins at 22 km/h (13.7 mph).

 

Luxury-class lounge: the interior

Whether with five or seven seats – the Audi Q7 combines immense prestige with practical everyday qualities. Through its new design, the large SUV has now grown eleven millimeters (0.4 in) to 5,063 millimeters (16.6 ft) long. It measures 1,970 millimeters (6.5 ft) wide and 1,741 millimeters (5.7 ft) (including roof aerial) high. The Audi Q7 outdoes its direct competitors with interior length as well as headroom and elbow room in the front and rear. A host of storage compartments, a new compartment in the instrument panel as well as the generous load capacity provide highly functional utility value. Depending on the position of the rear seat backs the luggage compartment on the five-seater version offers between 865 and 2,050 liters (30.5-72.4 cu ft) of capacity – the latter with a flat load area. An electric tailgate is standard; foot-activated gesture control is available as an option. Audi optionally supplies the rear seat bench plus; all three seats can be moved individually fore/aft and the backrest angle adjusted, as well as a third seat row with two electrically lowerable seats.

The cockpit architecture harmonizes perfectly with the new, digital operating concept, which incorporates two large touchscreens. They provide haptic and acoustic feedback when clicking on the touch controls. When off, the top display slots almost invisibly into the large black decorative surface. All elements refer logically to one another, from the flat air vent strip to the wide console on the center tunnel.

The optional contour ambient lighting package illuminates the interior in the dark. Comfort equipment options include four-zone automatic air conditioning, a power-assist function to close the doors quietly, the Bang & Olufsen 3D Advanced Sound System and the air quality package with fragrancing and ionizer. Highlights in the seat lineup include the customized contour seats with their numerous adjustment functions and the S sport seats plus, both available with climate control and massage function.

 

High-end connectivity: Audi connect and assist systems

The MMI navigation plus delivers top-of-the-line connectivity. It features LTE Advanced, a Wi-Fi hotspot, natural voice control and the extensive Audi connect portfolio. The latter ranges from traffic information online, navigation with Google Earth, to the hybrid radio. The cloud-based Amazon voice service Alexa, which is integrated into the MMI operating system, is also new. The same applies to the Car-to-X service traffic light information, which is being rolled out in stages in selected European cities. Interconnection with the city’s infrastructure allows the vehicle to receive information from the central traffic light computer via a server, enabling the driver to select a speed to match the next green-light phase. The all-digital Audi virtual cockpit – and the optional head-up display – provide an individual speed recommendation as well as the remaining time until the next green-light phase if the driver is already waiting at a red light. The system thus contributes to a predictive and efficient driving style and facilitates a steady flow of traffic.

The adaptive cruise assist, which combines the functions of adaptive speed assist, traffic jam assist and active lane assist, reduces the driver’s workload – particularly on long journeys. In combination with efficiency assist it brakes and accelerates the Audi Q7 in anticipation of the conditions ahead. The emergency assist is also new: If the driver is inactive, the system brings the car to a stop and initiates protective and rescue measures. This function is active in assisted and manual modes.

 

 

Via Audi

 

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Migliorata nettamente. Perde il posteriore con aria da scemo che aveva.

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Migliorata tantissimo, appare più slanciata.

Ma il posteriore così alto e soprattutto con quella fascia cromata continua a non piacermi.

 

Ultimamente in Audi hanno la mano pesante sui restyling...

 

 

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migliora ma dietro era brutto prima rimane brutto ora.. ma perché si ostinano con queste barre luci in mezzo che sono pessime... anche su porsche non le concepisco...mah...

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mamma mia, tra restyling, my, versioni sportive e modelli nuovi non riesco più a stare dietro alle novità del gruppo VW.

 

Per fortuna che c'è FCA che mi semplifica la vita :lol:

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Continua a piacermi molto poco. Overdesign spinto, non é proprio il mio genere.

Belli i nuovi fari posteriori.

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Molto meglio ora.

Dentro in particolare hanno lavorato a fondo rifacendo completamente la plancia, per adottare l'infotertaiment nuovo.

Abbandonano quindi il tablet, che a questo punto e non si capisce il perché rimarrà solo su famiglia B9Facelift e q2.

 

 

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6 ore fa, dindi scrive:

 

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Migliora e di molto. Però da prendere rigorosamente con i vetri laterali e lunotto oscurati....sennò assomiglia a questa..... :si:

 

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