> The facelifted Audi Q7 will have revised styling, additional features and possibly more power
> The new car could make an international debut in the first half of 2019
Our spy photographers have just sent in these images which prove that Audi is currently busy with a mid-cycle refresh for its Q7 SUV.
From the looks of it, the facelifted Q7 will get a new nose, whose tweaked head lamps and grille resembles that of the elder sibling, the Q8. Besides that, we noticed that the rear section now sports an integrated design of the twin exhaust pipes.
Sources report that the upcoming facelifted Q7 is slated to receive substantial upgrades to its interiors. Some of the expected features include the dual-screen setup (from the Q8), along with the addition of the latest advancements in driver-assist technology.
Although Audi has not divulged any details about the updated powertrains, reports suggest that the facelifted Q7 will continue to be powered by the current motors, albeit in a different set of tune to increase power delivery and conform to future emission standards.
Audi could reveal the updated Q7 in the first half of 2019, possibly at an auto motor show before introducing it in markets worldwide. Stay tuned to CarWale for the details.