AN updated version of the Audi Q7 large SUV will be on the road later in the year and the new model gets a series of revisions to bring it into line with the company's flagship Q8.
A series of changes outside include a new-look grille, bumpers and a chrome strip across the tailgate and the seven seat car grows by a fraction.
There are also new finishes for the sills and different exhausts outlets.
Air suspension remains standard on UK models but it is on the inside where the greatest changes occur.
The interior is almost identical to that of the Q8 and the new Q7 features twin touchscreen control with haptic feedback and a redesigned facia.
Boot space remains one of the largest around and depending on the seat set up can range from 865 to a van-like 2,025 litres while a powered tailgate is standard.
All or the engines in the new Q7 are mated to an eight-speed automatic gearbox with quattro all-wheel-drive and feature 48-volt mild hybrid systems to aid fuel economy.
When the new Q7 arrives in October it will feature two diesel options with a petrol and a plug-in hybrid slated for release later.
Prices are still to be announced but are expected to be a slight increase over the current models which cost from £52,910.