Audi has introduced two new trim lines for the Q7 SUV, S line Style Edition and Sport Edition, which will be positioned above the current top trim level, S line Plus. Both trim levels are available now in conjunction with the 241 horsepower 3.0 litre TDI V6 and 335 horsepower 4.2 litre TDI V8 engines.

The S line Style Edition features an RS-style five spoke wheel design in a matte black finish and an off-road styling package which includes stainless steel underbody protectors, extended wheel arches and different bumpers with rugged lower sections.

The S line Sport Edition, which Audi says was inspired by the 500 horsepower Q7 V12 TDI, features five-segment wheels in a brushed aluminium finish, wheel arch extensions, enlarged front air intakes, lower bumper spoilers, stainless steel underbody protection and dual oval exhaust pipes.

The S line Style Edition will add £1,500 to the price of a Q7 equipped with the S line Plus trim level, while the Sport Edition will add an additional £3,000 to the total.

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  1. Now, the Q7, although still a beauty, has had a loooonng run w/this design. Good on Audi for trying to eek out another year or so whilst redesigning thing.


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