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    By Audi Media

    Alexander Steigerwald, Audi Q7 front axle development. Thanks to the new five-link front axle and systematic lightweight construction, 27 kilograms (59.5 lb) of weight have been shaved from the front axle alone compared with the previous model. All major components are made of aluminum. The forged aluminum pivot bearing alone saved nearly 7 kilograms (15.4 []

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    By Kris Hansen

    With all of the recent photos of the Q7 in various shades of blue, it’s nice to see it in a more realistic color. Here in Oryx White. We’ve always liked white Audis, especially the Q7. Also note, this car seems to have a taller ride height than previously shown cars.

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    All-new Q7 wins “Best Designed Interior” category Awards honor the most significant automotive designs revealed at NAIAS Next-generation premium SUV offers more space for up to seven passengers, latest technology and exceptional design The all-new, next-generation Audi Q7 was named winner of the EyesOn Design Awards “Best Designed Interior” Category at the 2015 North American []

  • 13Jan 2015

    NAIAS Photo Gallery

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    By Kris Hansen

    Our man in the field sent us some photos from Detroit and the NAIAS. We’re looking forward to more time with the cars and more detail shots, coming soon!

  • 07Jan 2015

    Audi at 2015 CES

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    By Audi Media

    Audi hears the word From racetrack to road – piloted driving New cockpit architecture in the Audi Q7 Las Vegas – A four core processor processing eight billion operations per second. A virtual tachometer with a needle that is rendered anew 60 times per second to ensure absolutely fluid motion. 3D sound to match a []