2020 Audi Q7 vs 2019 Audi Q7
2020 Audi Q7 2019 Audi Q7


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2020 Audi Q7 vs 2019 Audi Q7

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The Audi Q7 debuted in 2017, and it has remained one of the most popular luxury SUVs with three rows of seats since then. The Q7 has had a few minor changes over the years, but in 2020 the SUV gets a new look and some more significant updates. Now, the Q7 gets more power than before with the addition of a new available V6 engine. The Q7 also gets a refreshed cabin that offers two standard infotainment display screens instead of one. The Q7 adds more safety technology in 2020, and it gets a styling change to the front end that includes new and improved headlights. The 2019 Q7 also offers several choices of engine, and it comes with an infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.


The 2020 and 2019 Audi Q7 have the same base engine, but they offer different higher-end V6 engines. Both get base power from a V4 engine that delivers just under 250 horsepower and slightly more than 270 lb-ft of peak torque. The engines come with an eight-speed transmission. The 2020 model gets an available engine called the 55 TFSI with an increased power capacity of 335 horsepower and a peak torque output of 370 lb-ft. The 2019 model has an available V6 with a peak power output of 330 horsepower and a maximum torque of 325 lb-ft.


The 2020 and 2019 editions of the Audi Q7 also have different exteriors. The 2019 model is offered with wheels that start at 18 inches on the base trim and go up to 20 inches on the higher-level trims. Even larger wheels reaching 21 inches to 22 inches are offered through packages. The 2020 Q7 now comes standard with LED headlights. Special matrix lights are available on select trims that reduce glare and provide better visibility. The Q7 gets a redesigned front end in 2020 that features more aggressive styling and a more aerodynamic design overall.


Both the 2020 and 2019 Q7 SUVs have state-of-the-art interiors. However, the 2020 Q7 gets more standard safety technology and some updates to its infotainment system, including the addition of two display screens. Both screens are eight inches and support Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and smartphone pairing. Three-zone climate control and a panoramic sunroof are standard on both trim levels. Heated, massaging, and ventilated seats are available through add-on packages and upgrades.

To try out the 2020 or 2019 Audi Q7 for yourself, don't hesitate to contact our dealership today.