We know the Malaysian launch of Audi’s newest flagship SUV is just around the corner. It was revealed to be next month in November, actually, and this recent introduction in a neighboring country only cements that time frame.
It will be sold in there for a starting price of 2.9 billion Vietnam Dong (roughly RM536k). That’s for the 2.0-litre TSFI model. The larger 3.0-litre TSFI engine goes for a higher price of 3.45 billion Vietnam Dong (roughly RM635k).
The 3.0-V6 litre engine has a host of improvements, offering up 333hp and imbuing the Q7 with a 0-100km/h time of just 6.3 seconds – very impressive considering just how large it is. Audi claims a fuel consumption figure of just 7.9-litres/100km and a 28 percent reduction in emissions (to 179 grams of CO2/km) compared to the previous generation Q7.
We suppose we can only wait until the all-new 2015 Q7 makes its Malaysian debut to bring you more solid information.