Audi SQ7 review

Category: Sports SUV

Section: Passenger & boot space

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  • Audi SQ7 2021 front seat
  • Audi SQ7 2021
  • Audi SQ7 2021 front tracking
  • Audi SQ7 2021 rear left static
  • Audi SQ7 2021 rear light and badge detail
  • Audi SQ7 2021 alloy wheel
  • Audi SQ7 2021 grille detail
  • Audi SQ7 2021 headlight detail
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Along with power, the other thing the Audi SQ7 isn’t short of is space. Up front, there are acres of head and leg room, and the interior is wide enough to provide plenty of elbow room, too. The SQ7 has lots of oddment space in the front, with large door bins and other trays and cubbies dotted around.

Getting into and out of the middle-row seats is easy, thanks to the big, wide-opening rear doors, and once inside, you'll find plenty of leg room and more shoulder room than in a Porsche Cayenne. The SQ7's width means it’s one of the more comfortable cars for three large adults sitting side by side, helped by the fact that each has an individually sliding and reclining seat.