Audi Forum Neckarsulm is back to show us a very special brand new Q7 Long Beach Blue Metallic.
What makes this second generation Q7 special? For starters, it has an optional Individual paint called “Long Beach Blue Metallic” which dare we say suits the SUV quite nicely. It also has the optional 21-inch Audi Sport alloys featuring a five double-spoke design and wrapped in 285/40 R21 tires. That’s about it in terms of exterior refinements, but the real gem can be found inside the cabin.
It comes with a lovely wood trim applied onto the dashboard, center tunnel and the door panels, combined with glossy black inserts and metallic accents. In addition, the model has received leather suede applications and Alabaster White stitching together with the leather interior package 4. This brings Valcona upholstery with leather suede applications and Alabaster White stitching that blends nicely with the rest of the cabin.
The model of choice to receive the Audi exclusive treatment was a top-spec 3.0 TDI quattro version which doesn’t really come as a surprise taking into account the turbodiesel will be the top-seller. Despite the ongoing Dieselgate, people still prefer to buy the majority of VAG products with a TDI engine, especially when we are dealing with medium to large models.
There’s no word about the this car’s price tag, but it’s probably somewhere in the region of €80,000 at home in Germany.