26.11.2020 07:05 am
Connectivity the name of the game in this impressive updated seven-seater.
Despite featuring serious refinements in terms of styling and handling, it is on the connectivity front that Audi has made the biggest strides in the facelift Q7.
The resulting extrication work will be collected in an extensive research report
Unique transmission will be entrusted with sending the reported 1 350 Nm of torque to all four wheels.
Frugal oil-burning heart gives this SUV massive appeal.
Four-wheel-drive comes standard along with a six-speed manual gearbox and 2 518 mm of space behind the cab.
Gone is the 257kW/700Nm mild-hybrid TDI V6 in favour of the same 331kW/600Nm TFSI V6 as the S6.
Production reportedly ending in March before the rumoured reveal of the 300 in September.
As well as the Bold and Pure styling language, the eighth generation Astra could herald the return of an OPC model.
Which flagship model of South Africa’s favourite two double cabs will take the crown?
Cosmetic enhancements even more prominent than the pre-Dynamic Shield faced model.
Changes will build on those of the facelift Hilux with revised suspension and dampers set to be the most prominent.
Inclusion of a turbo would have also impacted on the overall weight and price.
Three-pointed star’s most luxurious S-Class ever made puts the emphasis squarely on those seated in the rear more than ever before.
Intoxicating exhaust notes add a bit of mongrel to a sophisticated ride.