ABT’s Audi QS7 is one mean looking Q7

ABT-tuned Audi QS7 front quarter-1

If like us, you think the latest Audi Q7 needs a little more aggression, ABT is on hand to help.

Read ForceGT‘s 2016 Audi Q7 Review here.

The tuner has introduced its styling as well as performance tweak for Ingolstadt’s latest SUV called the QS7. The aero package is available in two different configurations – standard or widebody.

The former comes with the usual gaping front bumper, door strip attachments, rear skirt with integrated quad exhausts. Customers choosing the widebody kit get additional fender extensions.

ABT-tuned Audi QS7 rear quarter

Also optional are the chrome ‘ABT’ badge for the front grille and the ABT rear wing for that hot hatch look.

On the performance front, the tuner has waved their magic wand over both the 245kW 3.0-litre TFSI petrol and 200kW 3.0-litre TDI, boosting outputs to 301kW/520Nm and 239kW/680Nm, respectively.

ABT-tuned Audi QS7 rear spoiler

While no performance figures have been released by ABT at this stage, it can be safely assume that the QS7 will be quicker than the stock models, which stop the clock from 0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds (TFSI) and 7.3 seconds (TDI).

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