Are you tired of seeing Stuttgart and Spartanburg humpbacks? Well, Ingolstadt has just what you need the Audi Q8.
We spent a fair amount of time with Q8 and it's much more than Q7 with a broken roof. Audi must be delighted that they are not trying to save money in the design department as their German rivals do.
Mat Watson of Carwow compares his front end with the mouthpiece you get at the dentist, and the fair one … probably a bit disgusting. But if you think large grids and false arrivals do SUV sports look, you'll probably have the Q8 attractive.
While it seems to have a fist fight with Lamborghini Urus, to which it is closely related, the Q8 is only available with 3.0 TDI, The V6 also comes under the VW Touareg. That brings 286 HP and 600 Nm of torque, which is enough to run from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.3 seconds.
Later, the Germans promise 340 HP 3.0 TFSI, which should be a few months to debut and V8. This is to say that the 435 horsepower TDI model, powered by the SQ8, even has a Q8 RS with at least 600 HP on its way.
Q8 is worth 13,000 pounds more than Q7 in the UK, but it offers a lot more kits. For example, a dashboard with a double display is much more advanced and gets a standard air suspension that helps turn around. We would also like to value the beauty of those frameless doors.
Although it is not available with seven seats, like its practical brother, there is a limousine-like room at the rear. And because the roof is not as sloping as the BMW X6, there is also enough height.