2015 Audi Q7 spied less disguised with new details

Here we have the latest and best spy shots of the next-generation Audi Q7 with less disguise.

The prototype has not license plate on the front and at the rear is a red number 206, which as far as we know is not legal to use on the public roads in Europe.

The front shows a lot more compared to our previous shots, revealing more of the front bumper design, air intakes, huge grille and Audi logo underneath the camouflage.

Rest of the car is also less disguised giving us a better view of overall proportions, design and window lines.

The sloping roof line makes it visually look more compact and sportier.

Reportedly, the new Q7 will be around 350kg lighter than the current model, thanks to extensive use of aluminium, composite materials and smaller/lighter engines.

The new platform, based on the MLB architecture, will also span the Bentley SUV, next VW Touareg, next Porsche Cayenne and Lamborghini SUV.

The new Q7 is expected to debut in late 2014.


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