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Audi Q7 4.2 TDI: World’s most powerful diesel launched in Australia

Audi Q7 4.2 TDI
Audi Australia has launched the world’s most powerful diesel, the Audi Q7 4.2 TDI as ultimate torque monster available for customers now.

The Audi Q7 4.2 TDI V8 has hit Australian showrooms, unleashing 240 kW and 760 Nm of torque.

Making its Australian debut in September 2007, two Audi Q7 4.2 TDI models were first flown to Australia to take part in the company’s across-Australia ‘Trans-Continental Crossing’ event which ran from 30 August to 24 September.

The high-tech eight-cylinder unit impresses not only with its powerful performance, but also with its outstanding efficiency, requiring just 11.1 litres of diesel on average for every 100 kilometres driven.

Under the bonnet of the new Audi Q7 4.2 TDI is the most powerful V8 diesel engine that Audi has ever built. The eight-cylinder unit, which already powers the A8 luxury saloon, has a displacement of 4.2 litres and delivers 240 kW and 760 Nm of torque – available constantly from 1,800 to 2,500 rpm. This gives the Audi Q7 4.2 TDI the performance of a sports car. It accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 6.4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 236 km/h – these figures, too, are new records.

The Audi Q7 4.2 TDI transmits its power through the six-speed tiptronic automatic transmission to a sportily tuned quattro driveline, which splits the propulsive force 40:60 between the front and rear wheels under normal driving conditions. Audi adaptive air suspension is standard on the top diesel model. It resolves a classic conflict of interests by combining dynamic handling with the ride comfort of a luxury-class vehicle.

In the Audi Q7 4.2 TDI, the concentrated power of the mighty eight-cylinder diesel unit encounters a vehicle concept of versatile sportiness. Even on its debut the Audi Q7 set new standards in the SUV segment – now the 4.2 TDI is raising the bar even higher.

The standard comfort and convenience equipment of the range-topping diesel model also take it to the top of the class.

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