If you've been waiting for Audi's first foray into the SUV market, check out a driving impression of the Q7 by the guys over at Inside Line. While the article doesn't actually reveal too much about how the Q7 drives, it does reveal interesting facts like the availability of Audi's upcoming V10 engine, a choice of either a 6-speed Tiptronic or slick DSG transmission, and a platform that weighs nearly 330 pounds less than the Cayenne's. Though the Q7 is built on the same platforms as the Cayenne and the Touareg, the article emphatically exclaims that Audi has managed to build an SUV with its own identity and enough performance and utility to set it apart and perhaps ahead of its siblings.
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