We've seen a few tuned Audi Q7s in the recent past, but this one is likely the most attainable. MR Car Design used the 4.2 TDI-equipped Q7 for this project, and while the V8 doesn't pack the same punch as the V12, it is still fully capable of turning out some impressive power. Fitted with a K&N air filter and an ECU optimization, the engine is now producing 374hp and 642lb-ft of torque, numbers that are worthy of the TDI's Le Mans heritage.
While MR is already plugged into the car's ECU, they say they can also remove that pesky electronically-limited 155mph top speed. The Q7 gets a new set of 22-inch wheels in black, which look excellent in contrast to the white paint and also show off the red calipers. Modifications to the body haven't been extensive, but include LED daytimers and indicator strips. An RS6 steering wheel is also available as an option.