After months of teasers, silhouettes, masked test cars roaming all over the globe, now with less than a month left before its scheduled Frankfurt debut, Audi finally decided to stop teasing us and show us the real thing. Yes, you are looking at the Q7 in all its glory. And yes, a clear view of its rear! While we prefer the Pikes Peak's cool LED rear lights, the Nuvolari-inspired tail lights are not bad looking either. Overall, the Q7 feels a bit heavier visually than the concept it's based on, but as with all Audis, it'll probably look pretty good in person and will grow on you quickly. Equipped with a new 4.2L V8 producing 350 bhp and the latest-generation Torsen differential, the Q7 should be plenty capable of backing up its brawny good looks.
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