Audi Q7 – Electrical System
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Audi Q7 Service Manual
Audi Q7 - SUV, manufactured by the German automaker Audi since 2005.
The first-generation Audi Q7 introduced in 2005 is unified with the Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne models, differing from the latest increased size, capacity and finish. These cars are designed primarily for the North American market, where such a technique is very popular. Provided as a five-, six-seater and seven-seater options for the cabin. In the basic performance, an independent suspension of all wheels is equipped with conventional springs and 2-pipe shock absorbers, but an optional adaptive five-speed pneumatic suspension with a variable rigidity shock absorber and a body alignment system depending on the load can be installed upon request. Equipping Q7 models includes a number of systems, greatly enhancing active traffic safety. Among them - adaptive cruise control ACS with radar and side radar, track the appearance of cars on adjacent lanes. Basic power units include 3.0-liter high torque V6 TDI turbocharged diesel engines with 233 hp and the new gasoline 3.6-liter 280-horsepower V6 FSI engine. The more powerful versions are equipped with 4.2-liter engines: the V8-gasoline FSI (350 hp) and the turbocharged diesel engine (326 hp). All motors work only with adaptive hydromechanical 6-speed "automatic machines".
In the autumn of 2008, the top model Q7 with the unique 5.9-liter turbocharged V12 diesel engine, powered by 500 hp, was produced before 2012.
In autumn 2009, the model was upgraded, the appearance and equipment changed.
In mid-December 2014, the German automaker introduced the Audi Q7 II in its new body. The world premiere took place on January 13, 2015 at the Detroit Motor Show. The European version will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show on March 3, 2015.
Appearance of Audi Q7 (2015-2016) has undergone serious changes - on the outside the car remained recognizable, that in the design of the exterior appeared more sharp edges.
The car received a new, more dimensional grille with a horizontal, rather than vertical ribs, a new lighting technology (the main optics can be xenon, LED and matrix), new bumpers, more relief sidewalls with less convex wheel arches.
The interior of the car has undergone more serious changes. There was a completely new front panel, steering wheel, gear and a completely different central console and torpedo. The central blower blowers are visually combined with the panel pad and resemble the Volkswagen Passat B8.
The display of the MMI information and entertainment system can be 7.0 and 7.3 inches, as the option offers a fully digital display panel with a display of 12.3 inches - previously debuted on the Audi TT third generation. The list of options available is the 1920-watt Bang & Olufsen audio system with 23 speakers and an entertainment complex for rear passengers with two 10.1-inch tablets.