2010 ENCO Exclusive Audi Q7 3.0 TDI review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 24 February 2010 , 09:02:11 byAngela

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ENCO Exclusive Audi Q7 3.0 TDI

ENCO Exclusive saw further potential for optical and technical improvements to the high caliber SUV, Audi Q7. The tuners trimmed the front and back of the Q7 3.0-liter TDI from the first series with original Audi parts in the style of the V12 top model. The widening of the wheels arches which gives the ENCO Q7 an even more broad-shouldered appearance were of course specially built to be used together with the V12 components as well ad the original S line package. The tuner offers a new bonnet made completely of carbon fiber with built-in ventilation slits, covered in a matt black foliation, offering the Q7 very popular look. The model also features a ceramic braking system and the expensive performance stoppers were transplanted from a Porsche Cayenne and bring the heavy Q7 safely to a standstill under any conditions. The interior was finished with different carbon parts and the ENCO boss turned his attention towards the color, deciding to use bronze carbon look applications that were also used in the dashboard, middle console, and in the newly designed sports steering wheel. This is not all the aftermarket specialist offered to the new model. The list of features continues with a multimedia system with DVB-T tuner on board for terrestrial digital television, a DVD player, a game console and also a head rest monitor for each front seat. The headlight conversion to facelift look costs EUR3.800, the wheel arch widening, EUR1.500 and the ENCO GT carbon bonnet EUR1.900. The lowered suspension module is priced at EUR1.400 and interior fittings with carbon in bronze, EUR1.500. This is not all the tuner offers. The sports steering wheel with carbon inserts is priced at EUR1.400 and the multimedia system with DVB-T / DVD / 2 head rest monitors with games console, EUR3.000. The ceramic brakes borrowed from the Porsche Cayenne cost EUR12.500.