The outstanding Audi Q7 offers a relaxing blend of comfort and sheer power with only the BMW X5 beating it for overall driving involvement. All iterations feel classier than the Volvo XC90 with a list of luxury equipment and upgrades available, while the new SQ7 and e-tron editions due later in 2019 will cater to an even wider range of buyers.read the full model review
This range-topping trim is available on the 3.0 TDI 272 and the SQ7. Standard equipment varies slightly depending on which engine you choose, but includes monstrous 22in alloy wheels and an extended leather interior package that makes the Q7's interior feel even more luxurious. It's hugely pricey, though.
Engine:50 TDI Quattro
The 278bhp unit in the 50 TDI isn’t that much more expensive then the 45 TDI and is much punchier, particularly at low revs. Acceleration builds strongly from just 1500rpm, making the Q7 effortless to drive briskly. Around town, you barely need to brush the accelerator pedal - although the lag from the gearbox is much more noticeable with this engine set-up.