2020 Audi Q7 50 TDI and 55 TFSI quattro Review: International

The Audi Q7 is a big bus that’s also big on driving talent

Even if you actively dislike full-size SUVs for their weight, size and ostentatious declaration of conspicuous consumption, it’s hard not to have sneaking respect for the big seven-seat Audi Q7. It just does such a darn good job of managing its vast bulk and footprint. Perhaps that was the point of launching this first significant update of the four-year-old second-generation Audi Q7 on the Ring of Kerry in the Republic of Ireland. On this ducking, diving, narrow, traffic-laden tourist road, the latest Q7 took everything in its substantial stride. And then when the traffic rarely cleared up it gobbled the pavement with speed and poise. Of course, that capability has been an Audi Q7 feature throughout this generation. But it has been honed as part of this update, along with some other key features.

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