Audi Q7 Black Edition Launched; Limited to Just 100 Units
- by Adithya Gopal S
- Sep 11, 2019
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The Black Edition carries a premium of around Rs 1 lakh over the standard Technology variants
- The Q7 Black Edition is available with both the 45 TDI and the 45 TFSI engine options.
- The limited-edition Q7 remains mechanically unchanged from the standard SUV.
- The Black Edition is based on the range-topping Technology variants.
- It gets gloss black accents for the exterior and interior.
- Q7 45 TDI Black Edition is priced at Rs 86.30 lakh, Q7 45 TFSI Black Edition at Rs 82.15 lakh (ex-showroom).
We often get special and limited editions which contrary to the name, aren’t exactly limited or exclusive in numbers. But that’s not the case with the all-new Audi Q7 Black Edition, which is limited to just 100 units in India. The limited-edition SUV is based on the Technology trim and is available with both the 45 TDI and the 45 TFSI engine options. Here are the detailed pricing in picture with the standard variants:
|Q7 45 TDI||Technology ( Black Edition)||Rs 86.30 lakh|
|Q7 45 TDI||Premium Plus||Rs 78.01 lakh|
|Q7 45 TDI||Technology||Rs 85.28 lakh|
|Q7 45 TFSI||Technology ( Black Edition)||Rs 82.15 lakh|
|Q7 45 TFSI||Premium Plus||Rs 73.82 lakh|
|Q7 45 TFSI||Technology||Rs 81.10 lakh|
The limited Black Edition attracts a premium of Rs 1.02 lakh over the Technology 45 TDI and Rs 1.05 lakh over the Technology 45 TFSI, making them the most expensive trim options in the Q7 lineup. It also replaces the previous Q7 Design Edition. What you get for this premium are a host of cosmetic changes:
Front grille, frame and air intake struts finished in titanium gloss black.
Door trim strips now finished in glossy black with Quattro embossing.
Frame moldings on side windows and roof finished in gloss black.
Titanium matte black rear diffuser.
Roof rails and alloy wheels also get a black treatment.
These are all the changes that are exclusive to the limited-edition while the SUV remains the same mechanically. The 45 TDI makes use of a 3.0-litre inline-four unit that puts out 248PS and 600Nm of twist. The 45 TFSI, meanwhile, gets a 2.0-litre inline-four petrol unit good for 251PS and 370Nm of peak torque. Both the engines are mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox that delivers the power through a Quattro all-wheel drive system.
It also gets all the notable kit from the Technology variants. Adaptive air suspension, 12.3-inch virtual cockpit, Bose 3D sound system, MMI navigation, panoramic sunroof are some of them. Bookings are open across Audi dealerships in India and we repeat, it’s limited to just 100 units.Recommended Variant : Q7 Technology Pack
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