It's huge, it's powerful and it's a um, green? The upcoming Audi Q7 hybrid, coming to "certain markets" late next year, is supposed to spit out about 23 percent fewer emissions and use 23 percent less fuel than the standard Q7 3.6 FSI, according to Audi. The Q7 hybrid uses a 288-volt nickel metal hydride battery and a parallel configuration. Either the gasoline electric engine can move the car, or they can work together. Earlier we said that the Q7 hybrid can go up to 31 mph on electricity alone
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