Will hit showrooms in early 2015, featuring a host of new engines.
The next Audi Q7, the newest generation of the company's flagship SUV, will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show this fall, hitting the market in early 2015. Sharing its genes with the Porsche Cayenne, VW Trourag and the future king of SUVs from Bentley, the next Q7 is expected to sport Audi's new-look grille, which we've previously seen on the Crosslane Coupe Concept. The Q7 will also arrive with a selection of engines, which should offer improved fuel economy over the outgoing model.
This target will also be aided by an expected weight loss of approximately 350kg. The range of engines will include a small four-cylinder diesel (which doesn't sound likely for America), in addition to larger V6 and V8 diesels and a possible hybrid option. Don't be surprised if Audi also adds an S or RS performance version further down the line.