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Audi Q7 S line Style and Sport Edition models focus on styling

There are two new Audi Q7 spec levels designed to improve aesthetics.

Like the Audi Q7 seven-seater but wish it had a bit more attitude? You’re in luck. Two new specifications – S line Style and S line Sport – have been added to the range, both of which focus on ‘styling enhancements’ and are available now.

The Audi Q7 S line Style Edition, which is an option on the 3.0-litre V6 TDI and the 4.2-litre V8 TDI, adds unique 21-inch alloys finished in a matt titanium colour, stainless steel underbody protectors, extended, body-coloured wheel arches and a more aggressive front bumper.

Solid, metallic and pearl effect paint is standard in a choice of seven colours that includes Night black, Teak brown, Lava grey and Scuba blue.

The S line Sport Edition, available on the same two engines as the S line Style Edition, adds 21-inch alloys in a titanium finish and a sport styling package, which is comprised of body coloured wheel arch extensions, lower bumper spoilers, enlarged front air intakes with high gloss slats, steel underbody protection and meaty dual oval exhaust tailpipes. All 13 Q7 paintjobs are available for no extra cost.

Both models benefit from the goodies afforded by the S line Plus specification on which the two special editions are built, including xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, Verano leather upholstery, stainless steel side running boards, powered tailgate, HDD satellite navigation, Audi’s parking system and privacy glass from the B-pillar rearwards.

All models have adaptive air suspension, double-glazing and a seven-seat configuration as standard.

The Audi Q7 S line Style Edition spec will set you back an extra £1,500 on top of the equivalent Q7 S line plus model. The V6 starts at £52,975 and the V8 at £62,600. The S line Sport Edition is slightly pricier at £54,475 and £64,100 for the V6 and V8, respectively.

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