Audi Q7 - Air suspension with EAWS - Audi Technology Portal Audi has substantially enhanced the dynamic facets of the Q7. In addition to the optimized all-wheel steering that allows the rear wheels to turn as much as five degrees in the opposite direction,…

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Audi Q7 - Air suspension with EAWS

Audi has substantially enhanced the dynamic facets of the Q7. In addition to the optimized all-wheel steering that allows the rear wheels to turn as much as five degrees in the opposite direction, there is the option of electromechanical active roll stabilization. Adjustable stabilizers reduce the body movements on uneven roads when driving in a straight line.


With a sporty driving style, the focus is on optimum roll compensation – the tendency of the car to lean into the bend is reduced substantially. 

As such, the Audi Q7 is maneuverable, precise and agile in urban traffic and on hairpin bends. In contrast, the Q7 behaves as a highly comfortable, poised touring SUV with excellent ride comfort on freeways – particularly in conjunction with the adaptive air suspension. It also provides variable ground clearance and prepares the Audi Q7 with its standard quattro drive for terrain off the beaten track. The relevant offroad mode can be selected via the standard Audi drive select dynamic handling system with its seven profiles. Air suspension comes standard on all seven-seater Q7 models. The S line exterior includes the slightly firmer adaptive air suspension sport, which lowers the ride height by 15 millimeters (0.6 in) compared with the air suspension system. 

Status 6/2018