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First video for the 2015 Audi Q7 released


The second generation of the flagship full-size SUV Q7 has been recently released by the German automaker, the second-largest premium carmaker in the world. Now it’s time for the first promotional video. Using the visual aids of modern technology, the VW AG subsidiary promotes its latest release by claiming the model “sets new standards” and comes choke full of “innovative technologies, ...
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