Audi has decided to drag the slightly aging Q7 into another few years before a full re-do is implemented. The 5 or 7-seater SUV has been in production for a while now, tracing its roots back to 2003’s Pikes Peak Quattro concept, and the rest of Audi’s dynamic range seems to have left it behind a little bit.
For 2020, the Q7 gets updated HD Matrix LED and Laser light options, a chrome strip at the rear, updated grille and bumpers, as well as new wheels and paint options. Mechanically, it receives dynamic adjustable stabilisers that reduce body roll, as well as all-wheel steering that improves manoeuvrability both on and off-road. Inside, the refreshed Q7 gets Audi’s latest screen technology in the MMI navigation and infotainment system, while benefiting from the all-digital Audi Virtual Cockpit which is as customisable as ever. The Q7 is also safer for 2020—an array of sensors and systems keep the Q7 on the road, in-between lanes and out of the bumpers of cars in front of you.
The new Q7 will come to Bangladesh once it reaches dealerships in September. Progress Motors Imports Ltd., the local Audi dealership, might get it sometime after.