Audi Q7 V12 TDI With a Number of Exterior and Interior Upgrades

Anderson Germany has just unveiled a new tuning package for the Audi Q7 V12 TDI with a number of exterior and interior upgrades. Although we are not talking about a massive premium output, used the
developer an aftermarket safe approach, including modification of the suspension and brakes. The latter offers a high level of braking power and come with red brake calipers, while the suspension has received a reduction in the diesel sample module closer to the road.

Anderson Germany dressed up the Q7 with a number of exterior and interior upgrades, made a few changes to the exterior body. Audi Q7 V12 TDI has enhancements include a carbon fiber package deal for the front grille, mirror caps, rear diffuser and roof rails along with logos, the air-vents, and the twin tail pipes. The grille is completely covered in a shiny black colour. The smoked lights in the rear along with a new set of 22-inch alloy wheels with black spokes wrapped in 295/30 22 tires to round out the looks.

As for the interior, which is equipped with several goodies, trim black including carbon for the dashboard, door panels and steering wheel, a padded leather and Alcantara finish with contrasting white stitching on the seats and doors. Interestingly enough, there's also a matching car seat which ensures your baby will become the envy of the auto club.

The Audi Q7 V12 TDI model already comes with a 12-cylinder engine that produces over 500 horsepower and an absolutely insane 1,000 Nm of torque. The power allows the Q7 to jump off the block with a 0-60 mph time of just 5.5 seconds. Now that is way too fast for a SUV, which will make other sports cars weep at the stop light. Anderson Germany decided to bump up the output by adding a new air filter and modifying the SUV’s software, jacking up the numbers by ten percent to around 550 horsepower.

Anderson Germany has yet to release the price for the overall package, but you can expect it somewhere around six digits for the whole nine yards.

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