The Facelifted 2022 Audi Q7 Goes On Sale In India At Rs 79.99 Lakh

The Q7, now in a petrol-only avatar, is back on sale in India after a long hiatus


  • Facelifted Audi Q7 priced from Rs 79.99 lakh to Rs 88.33 lakh.
  • Offered in two trims: Premium Plus and Technology.
  • Gets a larger front grille, new alloy wheels, and updated lighting.
  • Inside, the dashboard is now similar to the Q8 and e-tron.
  • Powered by a 340PS 3-litre turbo-petrol engine, paired with a 8-speed AT.

The Audi Q7, launched at Rs 79.99 lakh (ex-showroom), is finally back in its facelifted avatar after an almost two-year hiatus. Unlike the pre-facelift model, the Q7 is now a petrol-only SUV after Audi’s decision to ditch diesels in the BS6 era. It’s offered in two broad trims: Premium Plus and Technology. 

Take a look at the detailed variant-wise prices:


Ex-showroom Price

Premium Plus 

Rs 79.99 lakh


Rs 88.33 lakh 


Starting with the design, the larger grille with vertical chrome slats, flanked by new adaptive Matrix LED headlights and larger air dams give the front end a bolder appearance. Apart from that, all the changes are subtle, like the new set of 19-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels. That said, a dual-tone outfit would have added a premium appeal. At the rear, the LED tail lamps with dynamic turn indicators, now connected by a chrome strip, round off the design. 


Inside, the Q7’s dashboard design is now similar to more expensive Audis like the Q8 and e-tron. The highlight, of course, has to be the dual screen setup that comes to life from the expanse of gloss black plastics. Audi’s virtual cockpit is also available, and the layout, graphics, and user interface is top notch. 


This brings us to the feature list, which includes a 19-speaker Bang and Olufsen audio system, powered front seats, ambient lighting, four-zone climate control, air quality sensor with fragrance, kick-to-open boot functionality, and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. 

Also Read: 2022 Audi Q7: Five Things You Will Love (And Three You Might Not)

Passenger safety is taken care of by eight airbags, front and rear parking sensors, 360-degree camera, park assist, electronic stability control, and lane departure warning. 


We would have liked more, though, as Audi has omitted features like advanced driver assistance systems, Google Earth Navigation, and Alexa connected tech for India. Many of these are offered in cars that cost way less than the Q7. 


The Q7’s new 340PS 3-litre six-cylinder turbo-petrol engine, paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, is an effortless cruiser. Performance is available a-plenty and the engine won’t complain even when you push it to its 6,800rpm redline. Also, the adaptive air suspension wafts you along, cushioning you from our imperfect roads. 


Audi will offer customers with standard 2-years warranty and 5-years roadside assistance for added peace of mind. The three-row luxury SUV locks horns with the Mercedes-Benz GLE, BMW X5, and Volvo XC90.

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