Audi is giving the 2020 Q7 a facelift, which includes updated styling, some big updates inside and more efficient powertrain options.
Starting on the outside, the 2020 Audi Q7 features a new wider Singleframe grille that looks a bit closer to the electric e-tron SUV. The front fascia also gets new headlights with optional HD Matrix LED units and larger side air intakes that give the 2020 Q7 a more aggressive look. At the rear the taillights have also been redesigned and a full width chrome strip has also been added.
Inside the 2020 Q7’s interior now looks more modern with its dual digital screens. The center floating screen has now been replaced by a unit that’s now integrated into the center console. Audi also says that the updates give the 2020 A7 a bit more interior space, 11 millimeters to be exact.
In Europe, the 2020 Q7 will launch with the choice of two diesel engines, which will then be followed by a gasoline engine and a plug-in hybrid. All the engines feature a 48-volt mild-hybrid system and are mated to an eight-speed tiptronic transmission.
The updated 2020 Audi Q7 will arrive in Europe this fall, but Audi hasn’t announced when it will arrive in the US.