Revamped and Ready: The 2025 Audi Q7 Redesign Unveiled

2025 Audi Q7 Redesign: Audi’s three-row SUVs will not be changing generations; instead, the Q7 and SQ7 will receive additional upgrades and new features.

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  • With several modifications, the 2025 Audi Q7 Redesign and the more powerful SQ7 have been made public.
  • A reworked headlight design and reshaped grille give their front ends a unique appearance, and the inside has some new elements as well.
  • The engine lineup remains unchanged; the Q7’s 261-hp four-cylinder and the SQ7’s 335-hp V-6 are joined by a 500-hp V-8.

The 2025 Q7 and SQ7 from Audi has been unveiled with U.S. specifications and pricing. The three-row SUVs have been updated with features that were first seen in Europe earlier this year. We now have prices for the complete U.S. lineup in addition to confirmation that they are both 2025 models. The base Q7 45, equipped with the 261-hp turbo four, is priced at $61,695. The starting price for upgrading to the Q7 55 with the 335-hp V-6 is $66,995. The start price for the 500-hp Audi SQ7 is $98,690. The 2025 Audi Q7 Redesign base price has increased by $6500, while the Q7 45 and 55’s base pricing have increased by $1000 and $500, respectively, from the previous year.

Despite being in production for almost a decade, the second-generation 2025 Audi Q7 Redesign isn’t quite ready for a redesign. Rather, Audi is giving the three-row luxury SUV a facelift once more. The most recent upgrade includes a new front-end appearance along with a few small inside tweaks. As of right now, we only know information about the Europe-spec versions of the revised 2025 Audi Q7 Redesign and its SQ7 performance variant, which should be available in the United States for the 2025 model year.

The Q7’s new front end features a redesigned grille, headlamps positioned higher on the car’s face, air intakes rimmed in color, and LED signatures for the daytime running lights. Additionally updated, the taillights can now show various light signatures and animations when you get closer to the car. Sakhir Gold, Ascari Blue, Chilli Red, and other new hues are added to the palette along with additional choices for interior upholstery and metal and wood trim. There are also new designs on wheels that measure between 19 and 22 inches.

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New app integrations for music streaming services like Spotify and Amazon Music are examples of technological advancements. Additionally improved are the driver-assistance capabilities, which can now show additional warnings on the digital gauge cluster.

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Although the SQ7 is slightly more aggressive-looking than the regular Q7, it nevertheless has a discreet appearance thanks to redesigned front and rear spoilers. It has a scarcely perceptible 4.0-liter V-8 twin-turbo engine that generates 500 horsepower. Larger brakes, an optional torque-vectoring rear differential, and an updated suspension are other enhancements. The SQ7 achieved an amazing 60 mph in 3.5 seconds during our testing, and we anticipate that the new model will do the same.

Audi probably won’t reveal the 2025 Q7 and SQ7’s US pricing for a few more months, but we anticipate that the updated vehicles will begin slightly more than the outgoing models. As of right now, the Q7 45 starts at $60,695, the Q7 55 at $66,495, and the SQ7 at $92,190.

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