Intrepid bloggers at Autoblog.nl (no relation, I think) have revealed the European pricing for Audi's new Q7 sport-ute. GermanCarBlog has thankfully translated the gist of the post, which appears in Dutch here. The Q7 3.0 TDI Quattro tiptronic will go for 70,100 Euro ($84,526US) and the Q7 4.2 FSI Quattro tiptronic for 89,800 Euro ($108,280US). That's quite a hefty price tag, considering that in the U.S. the current most expensive Audi is the A8 L W12 Quattro that bases for $118,910. For Pete's sake, a Porsche Cayenne Turbo with a 450-hp V8 starts at $90,200. Maybe the Q7's got a built-in Slushee machine we don't know about or something.
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