Audi Q7 V12 TDI

The Q7 is the flagship SUV by Audi that was presented for the first time in September 2005 and shares the platform “E” with the group models VW Touareg and Porsche Cayenne. This type of vehicle had greater success in the 1990s with the Toyota RAV4 and the Land Rover Freelander than with the forerunner Range Rover in the 1970s. These SUV models, timely placed as an experiment in the “unoccupied niche”, quickly become best sellers. So, in 1997 only in the USA almost 2.5 millions of SUVs were already bought.

According to the motto “Simply good look”, the company in Hannover specializes in premium wrapping foils. The Q7 V12 TDI is surely an adequate test subject for full foiling. Handwork turns out to be a gold mine at least when one becomes a skilled hand. Produced in green primary color Q7 is refined with PWF foil in diamond black matt. The discs are toned between 55% and 85%. The front and back lights have 5% tinting. According to the price, is placed near the established main foiling instead of painting with approximately 3,500.00 Euro.

The one who wants and is ready to make a further step, has an opportunity at to change for the set of 11x23 inch matt powder coated side Mansory C5 rims with 315/25R23 tyres in combination with 15 mm front and 30 mm back track plates. For the simultaneous engine map optimization to the dreamed values of appox. 600 hp and 1,150 Nm torque, about 6,000.00 Euro is additionally charged.

According to the words of Gustave Flaubert, a French writer of the 18th century, success should be only the result, but not the target of action. The company located in Lower Saxony’s city of Hannover can proudly be so successful every time it deals with car parts foiling or complete foiling. And this or that appetizer can be right in place as far as power optimization is concerned…

Photos by: Jordi Miranda
Source: Miranda Media Audi Q7 V12 TDI