• RS 4 Avant
    RS 4 Avant
    Functional high performance.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 9.5 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 218 g/km

  • RS 6 Avant
    RS 6 Avant
    Live life to the full. The Audi RS 6 Avant.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 11.7 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 268 g/km

  • Q3 Sportback
    Q3 Sportback
    Extroverted SUV coupé. The all-new Audi Q3 Sportback.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.1 l/100 km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 185 g/km


Relax. Even while driving.

No other model within this segment currently provides as many driver assistance systems as the Audi Q7. Some of them come standard, such as the cruise control. Others, like Audi side assist and head-up display, are available as options.

Driving assistance systems

Audi park assist with 360 degree cameras
Searches for suitable parking space along the road by means of ultrasonic sensors and 4 wide-angle 360 degree cameras that cover the entire area directly around the vehicle provides support when parking and leaving by means of independent steering action.
Cruise control plus
At speeds from about 30 and above, the system keeps the set speed constant, provided that engine power and engine braking effect permit. The LIM button can be used to switch between the cruise control and the programmable speed limiter.
Audi pre sense front
The safety system Audi pre sense front is on board together with the adaptive cruise control. It aids in avoiding rear-end collisions and minimizing their consequences. In a dangerous situation, the system prompts the driver to brake using a differentiated warning concept - with visual and audible signals as well as a brake jerk. If the driver does not react, firstly a partial delay will take place followed by a full delay - provided that the vehicle in front is moving. The system also tightens the seatbelts and initiates the pre sense basic measures. Audi pre sense front is functional even when the adaptive cruise control is switched off.