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Audi Q7 (2025): exclusive pictures, first information, combustion engine off

Audi will launch the third generation of the Q7 in 2025. The Ingolstadt-based company has completely renewed its luxury-class SUV a decade after the second generation and a full two decades after its presentation at the IAA. AUTO BILD has created the first illustrations and knows what the new Q7 will look like.

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Combustion off at Audi

According to Audi, the last new combustion engines will roll off the assembly line in 2025. But that doesn’t mean that after 2025 there will only be electric cars. With an average service life of around seven years, the last new combustion engine with the four rings on the radiator grille will probably only roll off the assembly line in the 2030s.
Audi Q7

Straight front, high hood, narrow headlights. The new Q7 cultivates the stately appearance.


Then there is the small print: First, the announcement refers to Europe and North America. Combustion engines will continue to be built, especially in China. The fact that the Q7 is now being renewed after the facelift in 2019 is important with a view to North America and China. Both are the most important markets for the Q7. AUTO BILD knows from Audi insiders: The Q7 will be even more massive, appear even more stately than the current generation with a giant cooler, narrow light slits and a high hood. Designs that have traditionally been well received in China and North America.

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In this country it is now time to slowly say goodbye. At the same time, there is reason to be happy. Audi boss Markus Duesmann has already announced that Audi’s latest combustion engine will be “the best we’ve ever built2.

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Clearly visible from behind in the AUTO BILD illustration: the reversing cameras.

Sure, he has to, after all, the Euro 7 standard should be tough, and only the cleanest, most efficient engines ever have a chance of approval. But that also means: There will probably no longer be a V8, six and four cylinders, some with electric support, will have to do.

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