The Audi Exclusive department has recently taken the wraps off their bespoke Q7 with unique paintjob and upholstery.
The second generation full size sport utility vehicle has been taken to Audi’s Exclusive division, ed which has decided to work its magic on increasing the level of exclusivity. As such the Audi Exclusive Q7 has a bespoke Nardo Grey exterior paint with gloss black accents on the radiator grille, there front bumper diffuser, roof rails, and decorative accents on the doors. The upscale version also receives a distinctive set of five twin-spoke alloy wheels with a matching grey shade.
Moving inside the more spacious cabin than the one offered by the predecessor (even though exterior dimensions have been cut a bit), the lucky owner will find a two tone Valcona leather interior with beige and contrasting black details. Wood and aluminum are also present on the center console and the doors have been equipped with special door cards with Audi Exclusive badging.
There are no details shared concerning the powertrain of the unique Q7 meaning the SUV is using one of the powertrains that span between 2018 and 373 hp, with options being for petrol or diesel models. There’s also no word on the pricing of this bespoke version, though having the Audi Exclusive division implicated is always a guarantee of a premium over any of the regular versions.