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AUDI SQ7   2019 2022
2019 2022

Audi took its biggest, heaviest, diesel engine and installed it into its biggest, heaviest SUV.
This is how SQ7 was born and the result is not bad at all. It is tasty and wanted in the U.S.

Installing a V8 turbodiesel into an SUV it is not the weirdest idea. But when everybody downsizes their engines, Audi just brought the big, truck size, 4.0-liter TDI engine. And just to be sure that they will rock the world around the vehicle, they installed a complex feeding system with two turbochargers and one electric compressor. The power output is 435 hp while the torque is also in truck-zone with 900 Nm (663.8 lb-ft). Thanks to an 8-speed torque-converter automatic transmission, the big 2395 kg (5280 lbs) SUV can accelerate from standstill to 100 kph (62 mph) in 4.8 seconds. The maximum speed is limited to 250 kph (155 mph).

From the outside, SQ7 TDI can be distinguished from the other Q7 range thanks to the special front look Two huge air-inlets are placed left and right of the octagon black with six vertical chromed stripes grille. In the rear, four oval-shaped exhaust pipes can be noticed underneath the bumper.

Inside, the luxury and sportive look is at home. Bucket-seats in front and a slightly formed rear bench are good for a comfortable ride. But in case of a rush, the passengers in the back will need to hold tight.

Boot capacity is 803 liters (28.3 cu ft) for the 5 seat variants and 705 liters (24.8 cu-ft) for the 7 seater version.

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AUDI SQ7   2016 2019
2016 2019

The battle of the most powerful diesel engine on the market was gained in 2016 by the Audi SQ7.
It had the sprint to beat any hot-hatch on the market and room to carry seven people.

The SQ7 didn’t go for the three-liter barrier like the BMW or the Mercedes-Benz. The Audi engineers thought that a V8 is better than an inline-six or a V6 and, yes, no replacement for displacement either. So they put an engine that had more power than a Porsche Carrera and twice its torque inside a 2.2 tone vehicle.

The outside look of the SQ7 was distinctive compared with other versions of the Q7. The silver rim and horizontal lines on the grille, silver rear-view mirror cases, and the side-sills are all made to improve the aesthetic of the vehicle. It is true, that some of these features are also available as an S-Line trim level. But the four square exhausts in the back will tell a difference.

Inside, it is just like a well-equipped Q7 with sports leather seats for all seven places in the car. But the real masterpiece is under the hood, where all the magic happens.

The 4.0-liter V8 turbodiesel engine was fed by a complex system of two turbochargers and one electric power compressor (EPC). This effectively cuts the turbo-lag. It gives a punch in a quarter of a second. The two turbochargers are introduced in sequential order. There is a smaller turbo for low and mid-range engine speeds and a larger one for higher revs. And this is how the magic happens and the 2.2-ton SUV can sprint from 0 to 100 kph (0-62 mph) in 4.8 seconds.

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