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The New 2015 Audi Q7 Goes on a Trip Into the Namibian Desert

Audi wants to prove the world that the second generation Q7 can roll its sleeves and do some proper work in off-road conditions, not just on comfy asphalt. That's how the SUV ended up in Namibia.
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Audi officials claim the level of comfort offered by the new Q7 is not diminished by rugged terrain. As we all heard that before, Ingolstadt bosses knew they have to come up with something that will make the story credible.

In this respect, the Audi Q7 was taken to Namibia where it had a lot of desert at its disposal. But there's a development purpose in this trip as well. You see, the new Q7 will hit the market this summer, which means Audi must do some final tweaking.

Since April's first week already passed, summer is not that far, and the German engineers must be quick and get everything ready for the Audi Q7's market launch. After all, Ulrich Hackenberg said "the new Audi Q7 is a statement of our expertise" and such a statement must be backed up accordingly.

The new Audi Q7 made its official debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, where it managed to catch the public's eyes and our attention. Moreover, Audi released pricing information for the 2015 Audi Q7 and clients will have to pay at least €60,900 ($64,125) to own one.

However, those clients won't go as far as Namibia to see what their brand new Q7 can do, but the idea of such an exotic road trip is not a bad one, I'll give you that.



 
 
 
 
 

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