Image Gallery: Audi SQ7 TDI - Overdrive

Image gallery: Audi SQ7 TDI

06 May 2016 / 0

Audi has rolled out the first performance variant of its flagship SUV — the Audi SQ7 TDI. The SQ7 TDI is powered by a 4.0-litre V8 diesel engine with two turbochargers, producing 435PS and 900Nm of torque. The engine also features an electrically driven supercharger which is spooled by a 7KW DC motor. The motor is able to bring the supercharger to its 70,000rpm limit in under a quarter of a second. This more or less does away with any turbo lag by providing instantaneous boost even at 1,000rpm.

This results in a 0-100kmph time of 4.8 seconds, with the SQ7 topping off at an electronically limited top speed of 250kmph. Read more about the Audi SQ7 TDI in  our first drive review. For the rest, here is a quick look at Audi’s flagship performance SUV.

Dynamic photo,  Colour: Sepang Blue

The exterior of the Audi SQ7 doesn’t hint at that bi-turbo V8 lurking underneath


Static photo,  Colour: Sepang Blue

Well, except maybe those quad exhausts


Dynamic photo,  Colour: Sepang Blue

The profile of the SQ7 look like any other Q7 (a true sleeper in every sense)


Detail,  Colour: Sepang Blue

A subtle hint of the capabilities of the Audi S range is on the grill of every car


Detail,  Colour: Sepang Blue

The SQ7 gets the signature aluminium side mirrors seen on every S and RS model


Detail,  Colour: Sepang Blue

Who doesn’t love quad exhausts?



The interior is classy and elegant, with subtle hints at the performance side of things



Gear selector sits on a carbon fibre base


Detail,  Colour: Sepang Blue



More carbon fibre trims seen about the rest of the interior




Luggage compartment,  Colour: Sepang Blue

The SQ7 features massive luggage space, making it as practical as its speed

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