Range up to
miles of pure electric drive*
Feel efficiency on the road
Low noise and emission-free in electric mode* yet still powerful on long journeys, the Audi Q7 TFSI e supports an efficient journey with low fuel consumption, thanks to its plug-in hybrid drive with a combustion engine and electric motor.
Make a grand entrance
With sharp edges and athletic, taut surfaces, the Audi Q7 TFSI e combines stylish design with the comfort and power of an SUV. At more than five metres long, almost two metres wide and well over a metre-and-a-half tall, it’s a big, big car. Yet it handles like something significantly smaller and lighter.
Enjoy five-seat luxury
The elegantly designed cabin of the Audi Q7 TFSI e effortlessly combines the latest digital technology with your choices of seats, upholstery, dashboard and door finishes. It has a spacious interior with superior comfort and plenty of luxurious yet practical optional extras including loading and unloading options.
Digitalisation with off-road confidence
With the infotainment system MMI Navigation Plus and MMI Touch response you can access the Audi Connect digital services* by touch or voice.
The 12.3” Audi virtual cockpit provides you with an overview of hybrid-specific information such as battery charge status* and remaining electrical range.
Plus, quattro all-wheel drive, electromechanical power steering and adaptive air suspension ensure off-road suitability. Standard driver assistance technology*, such as pre sense front and lane assist, add a welcome level of reassurance.
Unlock your Audi world
Let Audi Connect* improve your driving experience with sophisticated information and entertainment functions to take convenience and driving enjoyment to a new level.
Access a range of additional features with myAudi*, including checking your expected battery range ahead of your journey, monitoring your charging status, and remotely starting climate control before you get in the car, if your car is equipped*. Plus, plan your journey using the e-tron route planner to find not only the fastest route, but the one that is expected to use the least charge, and include charge stops en-route if required.