Kahn Design has come up with a very thorough tuning package for the most boring version of Audi Q7, which is the 3.0 liter diesel, and tuned into a very interesting SUV. Besides the usual exterior and interior upgrades, Kahn has this time also tuned the engine and tweaked the chassis. It’s a very complete car, but then it costs £61,875.
The 3.0 liter TDi engine in this Q7 has been tuned to make 233bhp, which translates into a 0 to 60mph sprint time of 8.4 seconds. Not bad for a car the size of a small church. To help the driver keep the massive car in check through the corners, Kahn has also revised the air suspension for handling.
Then there’s the visual treatment, which includes brake calipers finished in liquid gold, electronic lowering module, front and rear wide track arches, front bumper arches (x2), front bumper replacement wings with air vents, front grille and bumper sections in matt pearl grey, LED daytime running lights, privacy tinted glass, rear diffuser in matte black, rear large upper wing roof, rear vented bumper, door entry sill plates in stainless steel, speedo & rev counter facia in red and white and vented foot pedals in machined aluminium. Add to that the black leather with red stitching upholstery.
They seem to have covered all the bases there. The only thing left to do is fitting the car with a set of Kahn RS-R wheels – 9.5×22-inch (front) and 10.5×22-inch (rear concave). Splendid.