2013 Audi Q7 Quattro by Kahn Design review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 8 June 2013 , 21:06:53 byEmil

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Audi Q7 Quattro by Kahn Design

Audi is one of the top brands and, at the same time, one of the most famous car producers in the world. Starting with SUVs, sedans, coupes they’ve got everything a respectable company needs.  The Audi Q7, one of the best sellers of the company, has become such a mighty presence on road that even the Range Rover seems small. The British tuning company, already a well known name in the field, Kahn Design, took the mission of creating a tuning package for the king of the road Q7.


The tuning pack is named the Wide Track and it offers the vehicle a dynamic look and a special appearance. Kahn wants to keep the basic principle of lightweight design. So the tuned up Audi Q7 receives  new front replacement wings that have some air vents, wide wheel arches with rear vented spats, rear vented bumper, S-line front grille, brake calipers, door entry sill plates in stainless steel, privacy tinted glass and exhaust tailpipes in stainless steel. The vehicle rides on RS-X alloy wheels (9.5 x 22).


Kahn’s tuning package also concerns the interior. Many inside elements have been modified and the Audi Q7 now has a more personal atmosphere inside. A noticeable detail is that the speedo and the Rev Counter are now painted red and white, while the pedals are made from aluminum. The seats have also received restyling and they are now covered in black leather with red stitching. The Q7 keeps the engine configuration which provides 245 hp (180 kW) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque. The SUV is an interesting vehicle that can make its owner very powerful.