As we’ve come to expect from Audi, it is jam-packed with gadgets and technology including height-adjustable air suspension to give it the clearance to tackle boulder-strewn conditions without scraping its underside or the driver breaking a nail. Big, comfortable, safe, practical, handsome and powerful (the Q7, that is, because if it was a bloke, I’d marry it!) it also offers seven seats although five and six seat models are optional.
As with all Audis the Q7’s interior is high-quality in both construction and materials. If you have driven in an A8 or A6 the dash layout is similar, and Audi’s Multi-Media Interface (MMI) is standard, and, I feel, continues to be the most intuitive on the market. The Q7 has three rows of seating and accommodates six or seven passengers, depending on what is specified for the second row. As with many vehicles of this type, the third-row seat is cramped and useful for children only. With the second and third rows folded flat, the Q7 can hold a massive 2,035 litres of cargo space, which is more than what’s available from most five-passenger SUVs and competitive with other large luxury SUVs.
Source: Star Observer