The Audi Q7 receives some styling upgrades inside and out as well as a slight performance boost thanks to Hofele-Design.
German luxury aftermarket tuning firm Hofele-Design recently got its hands on the big Audi Q7 in order to give it a styling update. The "Strator GT 780" program is the result of its efforts with the restyled Q7 receiving a new front bumper that comes complete with a larger air intake and four additional lamps. Also added are some wheel arch extensions in order to strengthen the SUV's stance, while out back we find a set of quad exhaust pipes integrated into the diffuser.
Hofele Design also offers a hydraulic lowering module that reduces the vehicle's height by 40mm at speeds of up to 50 mph. Buyers can also select 20- or 22-inch wheels. The interior features new bi-color leather seats with stitched elements and ornamental seams, as well as a modified steering wheel, front and rear armrests and door elements. Hofele-Design also increased engine output of the 3.0-liter turbo diesel engine from 245 horsepower to 318 hp. Other Q7 engine options are on the table but the tuner hadn't revealed exact specs at time of writing.