In September the new Audi Q7 achieved top marks in the Euro NCAP crash test. Among other things it scored very highly for its child safety. That makes it an especially attractive proposition for parents – Audi Q7 customers especially value everyday suitability.
Another plus for families is the spacious interior. The Audi Q7 is available optionally with longitudinally adjustable second-row seats and an electronic-folding third seat row. The luggage compartment with a capacity ranging from 890 to 2,075 liters (five-seater) (31.4 to 73.3 cu‑ft) and flat luggage compartment floor, along with the standard electric tailgate that can be opened with a kicking motion, make loading and unloading baggage and shopping a convenient affair. All seats in the second and third rows can be supplied optionally with Isofix/iSize fixtures for child seats. Together with the front passenger side up to six child seats can therefore be installed in the new Audi Q7.
To make sure the kids arrive in safety, the new Audi Q7 comes equipped with the latest assistance systems. These include Audi pre sense city as standard – an anticipatory warning and emergency braking function to avoid accidents and protect pedestrians – and also collision avoidance assist, turn assist and exit warning.
On longer drives, parents will find time flies by with the latest infotainment and connectivity offering. Because the new operating concept with the large touchpad MMI allintouch and natural-language voice control means the system can be operated with intuitive ease. Rear Seat Entertainment with a 10.1‑inch Audi tablet is available optionally; it connects digitally to the car. Over a million apps, games, films, music tracks, audio books, e‑books and Office applications are available on the Audi tablet. After the trip, the user can take the Audi tablet with them for use offline or on an external WiFi network.
For the perfect 3D interior sound there is a Bose sound system or a Bang & Olufsen high-end version.
Audi experts were on call to support the #AudiParentsExperience in Neuburg. They illustrated the latest accident research findings for the bloggers and provided tips on how parents can make sure their children are properly buckled up. As well as exploring the model’s active and passive safety, the bloggers were able to put the Q7’s high-torque engines through their paces on test drives and discover the SUV’s uncommonly sporty handling.