Redesigned 2020 Audi Q7 gets a digital redo inside


The updated 2020 Audi Q7 may not look different on the outside, but the interior has received a digital overhaul. The new crossover bowed Wednesday and is set to go on sale in Europe this fall with U.S. sales to follow.



Relatively minor tweaks to the exterior mask the new new interior technology. Inside, the 2021 Q7 now features the dual-screen design to replace the traditional center stack. The look is similar to the latest Audis, especially the Q8. The digital cockpit remains, but Audi’s infotainment system, called MMI, now features a list of new apps and functions. Amazon Alexa and natural-voice speak recognition are among new features, and navigation with Google Earth is one of the latest apps baked into the infotainment experience.



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Rounding out the updates inside is a new ambient lighting package, power-assist doors to close them quietly, head-up display, and a Bang & Olufsen sound system.




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