Expected Price: ₹1 Crore                                                    Expected Launch: June 2018


The Audi Q7 has been largely in style within the Indian market and with the launch of the brand new era Q7 final yr, the flagship Audi SUV has managed to remain within the entrance of the race for big luxurious SUVs. But the Ingolstadt-based producer has all the time missed one factor within the Q7 – a powerhouse efficiency automotive. Yes, that they had the 500bhp 6.0 -litre V12 oil-burner, nevertheless it by no means actually appealed just like the ML 63 AMG or the BMW X5M. Audi now has constructed the SQ7 to tackle the performance-packed luxurious SUVs and is predicted to return to India fairly quickly.

Let us get to the meat first. Under the hood you might have a 4.0-litre V8 twin-turbocharged diesel engine. Unlike its petrol rivals, Audi has demonstrated its prowess of constructing efficiency diesel engines. And it’s the first manufacturing automotive to have an electrically pushed turbocharger. Developing 435bhp of energy and 900Nm of torque the Audi Q7 powers previous the 100kmph mark from relaxation in 4.3 seconds. It is supplied with an 8-speed computerized transmission coupled up with the famed Quattro all-wheel-drive.

As for the aesthetics, you might have the entrance grille with the S-badge and an aggressive entrance bumper with horizontal slats overlaying the air intakes and Matrix LED headlamps. The wing mirrors might be painted in distinction and it will get 20-inch alloys as commonplace. The two twin exhausts within the rear will give out the sleeper for the educated eyes. Inside, the SQ7 will proceed to be luxurious. The upholstery might be accomplished in fancy leather-based and all creature comforts might be on provide if not commonplace already.

The SQ7, as we’ve stated earlier than, will prefer to tackle the BMW X5 M or the Mercedes GLE63 AMG or the GLS 63AMG and the top-spec Land Rover Discovery by way of its value and enchantment. The SQ7 will definitely tip the size onward of a crore rupees if not by a lot.