Audi Q7 2010 gets very minor facelift
The Audi Q7 has received a facelift for the 2010 model year. The only problem is no one will ever notice it. Even the engine range will be carried over. Audi has, however, released a long list of changes to point them out.
The 2010 Audi Q7 has updated bumpers, new headlights, LED running lights, full LED rear lights, added chrome finishes on the bumpers and doors, two-tone exterior mirrors, new wheel designs and a few more obscure bits. Not mentioned are the weird fake-tough side-skirts seen on some of the models.
Updates to the boring interior include ventilated leather front seats, ambient interior door lighting, random chrome “enhancements” all over, additional wood inlay on the passenger side dash, and a new MMI navigation system with 3D navigation and joystick control.
The GCC-spec version should hit UAE showrooms during the summer of 2009, although with these unnoticeable changes to its goofy mug, the Audi Q7 should remain rare on the streets of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
To keep track of local prices and specs, visit the Audi Q7 buyer guide.