2017 audi sq7 track review
Altair Club Cars 2017 Audi SQ7 track review

2017 Audi SQ7 track review

The Audi SQ7 is a big, heavy, and very fast SUV. This is our review.

This car is just i can fit all right screwed up this fx hi i am andre this is a diesel powered all the suv and we are on a racetrack wrong car choice let’s see how do you really want to town with this one creating a proper sport utility vehicle that can also make your heart beat faster it’s called the sq7 and the s should tell you enough about this cars potential

It uses a four liter twin-turbo v8 diesel engine packing around 435 horsepower and 900 newton meters for about six hundred and sixty four bones foot if you want it can launch itself to 62 miles per hour in 4.8 seconds which is impressively quick for a 2.3 ton rock so barge but unlike the monstrous v12 powered q7 tdi from before this can hardly be called a barge

Do you remember it’s an unlikely appearance but q7 on the racetrack but you won’t you definitely won’t make a fool of yourself i mean it’s so it’s so unlikely to be thinking of this car doing the things it does and it kind of makes you uncomfortable at first because you know you are in a 2-ton plus amount of an suv going really fast through corners not only in

A straight line its handling secrets it’s in the active anti-roll bar which uses a 48 volt electric battery so after understanding a bit how this car works and what can it do you’ll find yourself going through corners at really really high speeds it doesn’t make you feel like you’re a large vehicle at all it just doesn’t it’s so so effective then there is the

Electric powered compressor or epc as aldi calls it whose role is to kill turbo lag it uses the same 48 volt electric battery mentioned before to go into effect immediately it reacts in 250 milliseconds this car impresses me and scares me at the same time it’s wonderful but it’s so be daeun but i just cannot forget the fact that it’s still a large car and it has

To fight all the inertia the stopping power though is really good because it has front brake calipers as big as my four so is it that stupid to take the sq7 to a racetrack yes it is actually it can take a heart beating but let’s be honest it’s still a big and heavy suv still you can rest assured nobody will beat you in the way to the shopping mall because it can

Go really fast i desperately tried to prove and i think i failed this might not be the car you’ll take when looking at all these q7 lineup but it’s definitely the car you’ll want and let’s not forget it’s still an audi q7 after all so you get lots of space inside a huge boot and excellent fit and finish i would warn and say this is volkswagen group’s masterpiece

A big fat powerful masterpiece such a complex car prices start at around 92 thousand euros for the base s q7 which comes with a lot of kit as standard but you can always go wild with the optional extras of course for example the current driving costs about 140,000 euros so you get the idea i really didn’t imagine myself having fun with this suv on the racetrack i

Honestly didn’t think about that one bit like ever yet here i am hi as expected this car comes with the all-wheel drive quattro system and it also has four-wheel drive

Transcribed from video
2017 Audi SQ7 track review By DriveMag

Related Post