An overhauled interior and Audi’s latest styling cues keep the Q7 SUV up to date on the outside, and are joined by the mildest of mild hybrid revisions under the skin.
While you would hardly call the current second-generation Audi Q7 old, in automotive terms it’s post-middle age having first arrived in 2015. The updated 2020 model, set back slightly as Europe overhauled its emissions and consumption standard, has finally set foot in Australia to head off newer competitors.
The 2020 Audi Q7 45TDI steps in as the entry model to the range, equipped rather competitively with a V6 turbo diesel engine even in its most basic configuration. Dig beneath the surface, though, and there’s more to it.
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