Out on the racetrack, our engines regularly impress a worldwide audience. And things are no different out on the road. In the Audi Q7, we bring this energy onto the road and infuse it with life every day anew.
35 TDI quattro engines
The groundbreaking role that Audi holds on the diesel technology front stems from the peerless expertise it has built up over decades. Audi engineers have been responsible for one vital breakthrough after another, with the most important of these coming in 1989 when Audi took the wraps off the world's first ever TDI engine in a passenger car. TDI is today the powerful, economical and efficient alternative for the vehicle drive of the future.
Audi Q7 35 TDI employs Audi’s latest TDI technology – combination of variable geometry turbocharger (VTG) and common rail direct fuel injection of pressurized ceramic nozzle, to significantly improve the performance of TDI engine. It offers an engine output of up to 180kW (245hp) during the speed range of 3800-4400rpm, with a top speed of 216 km/h.
40 TFSI engines
TFSI technology is employed in the Audi Q7. It combines the advantages of FSI with a supercharger, which ensures even better power delivery. On Audi 40 TFSI quattro engine, a compressor provides for top-class performance characteristics with high torque at low engine speeds. The results are extremely spontaneous response and exceptional power flow across the entire rev range. When combined with FSI technology, this produces quite outstanding fuel economy and performance figures.
The Audi Q7 40 TFSI (245 kW) quattro sprints from a standstill to 100 km/h in 6.9 seconds, The TFSI engines of the Audi Q7 are notable for their outstanding efficiency as well as their performance.
35 TFSI engines
The 35 TFSI quattro engine with direct injection technology offers an engine output of up to 200kW and attains its peak torque of 400Nm at 2150-4780rpm. It can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in 7.9 seconds only.