The 2020 Audi Q7 is a mid-range three-row SUV by Audi. The Audi Q7 2020 model come with an excellent build quality, understated luxury, and overall shape exude an undeniable strength that’s perfect for its sporty image. As a follow up to its Q-series of compact SUVs, Audi seems to have outdone itself yet again with 2020’s Q7. As it looks, the Q7 is much more than just a beautiful package. Instead of traditional analog gauges, dashboard essentials are located on the standard, customizable, 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit. A 10.1-inch upper screen and an 8.6-inch lower screen comprises the dual touchscreen setup, which you can use to control the MMI infotainment system.
This includes a 10-speaker stereo system, HD radio, satellite radio, navigation, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and USB ports. The Q7 also has proximity keyless entry, a panoramic sunroof, and even its own Wi-Fi hot spot. This is on top of its many digital safety features, which we’ll get deeper into later.
In short, the Q7’s features are a veritable display of just how far printed circuit boards (PCBs) have come. PCBs are the internal circuitry that allows all of these features and components to work seamlessly. And these conveniences and comforts are thanks to modern PCB design and layout systems, which have enabled the hardware advances that make these features possible. The constant improvement and expansion of new and high tech features have always been integral to Audi’s identity, and this continues with the circuitry in the Audi 2020 Q7.
2020 Audi Q7 Interior
From end-to-end, the Q7 is about 199 inches long, this means that it has a spacious cabin that can comfortably sit up to seven people, including the driver. The overall look and feel is minimalist, sporty, and luxurious. Quad-zone automatic climate control ensures comfort for all the passengers. Folding down the backseats results in a total of 69.6 cubic feet of cargo room, with options for just 35.7 or 14.2 cubic feet – depending on which of the three rows are folded. The interior is nothing short of excellent.
2020 Audi Q7 Engine
The Audi Q7 equipped with a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter, and 248 hp engine is upgradable to a 3.0-liter, 335 hp V6. Or you can get an SQ7 with a twin-turbo, 500 hp, 4.0-liter V8 engine. That’s 4,400 pounds to 7,700 pounds of towing capacity. This means that whether you go with the cheapest or most expensive option, you won’t have any problems driving six passengers and cargo. With the standard Quattro all-wheel drive, most obstacles won’t be a problem either.
2020 Audi Q7 Safety
Apart from the aforementioned features, there’s another reason why Audi is considered a major player in the global flexible PCB market. Known as a manufacturer that values safety, the Q7 certainly delivers on Audi’s stellar reputation. For starters, it has a rear-view camera as well as front and rear parking sensors. Audi’s standard safety systems, Pre-Sense Basic, Rear, and Front are all included. There’s also an optional surround-view parking camera system with a night vision feature. The Q7’s systems also support adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition, and intersection assist. In short, the Audi Q7’s sporty power is well balanced by its safety and comfort devices. Whether you’re looking to upgrade from the Audi SQ5 or or have never owned an Audi before, the 2020 Audi Q7 is a fantastic choice.