Just last year, Audi gave their popular three-row, the Q7, quite a few updates when it comes to standard features. Now, for 2025, the Q7 is getting a refresh, with updated looks and some more features as well! But, in a busy segment, is this enough to stay competitive? This article is an in-depth dive into the 2025 Audi Q7 model. Be sure to watch the video below for a detailed visual look!

   What’s New for 2025?

  • Refreshed Styling on exterior
  • New Interior choices
  • New Paint colors (Sakhir Gold, Chili Red, Ascari Blue), red and blue only on SQ7
  • New wheel designs
  • Updated MMI Options

Trims and Pricing


Premium 45: $60,500

Premium Plus 45: $64,300

Prestige 55: $77,900

Prices for 2025 will rise around $1-2k for each trim.

Air ball and slam dunk

Slam Dunk: The Q7 continues to be very comfortable

Air Ball: This Refresh was a bit lackluster considering how competitive this segment is

Design and Features

As mentioned above, please watch the videos linked below for a full in-depth exploration of the exterior design and differences. The Q7 gets some minor changes for the design for 2025, in addition to it’s new wheel designs. The Matrix LED headlights are now standard with a new design, and the Q7 finally sees the return of exposed exhaust outlets!

Here is the full breakdown of what we currently know about the feature availability:




LED Headlights

Standard Matrix LEDs | Optional Matrix Laser Lights

LED Fog Lamps

Not Available


19-21-inch alloys depending on trim


Standard heated, BSM, Power folding | Premium Plus: Auto-dimming

LED Taillights

Standard LED

Exposed Exhaust

Added back for 2025

Towing Capacity

45: 4,400 lbs | 55: 7,700 lbs

Forward Emergency Braking

Standard on all Q7 Models

Auto High Beams

Adaptive Cruise Control

Lane Keep Assist


When it comes to the Interior, the Q7 will also be well-equipped on all trims.


Remote Start

Now through the Audi App

Smart Entry


Soft Close Doors


Seat Materials

Real Leather or Valcona Leather

Seat Adjustment

Standard: 12-way power | Luxury Package: 18-way Power | Memory: Standard

Push Button Start


Gauge Cluster

Standard: 12.3-in full digital cockpit | Shows more safety info for 2025

Head-up Display


Steering Wheel

Power Standard | Heating with Executive Package

Wireless Charging

Premium Plus and above

360 Degree Camera

Premium Plus and above | Remote Park Assist on all 55 models

Ambient Lighting

Premium Plus+

3-Zone Climate Controls


Seat Climate

Heated Seats: Standard | Ventilated Seats: Prestige | Massaging: Luxury Package

Audio System

Premium Plus/Prestige: 19-Speaker Bang and Olufsen | Optional: 23-speaker Bang and Olufsen 3D Audio


Standard: 10.1-inch Primary Display and 8.6-inch Secondary Display

Rearview Mirror

Standard: Auto-dimming


Standard Panoramic Roof


The rear of the Q7 is also well-equipped, but is still lacking compared to X7 and GLS.

Rear Amenities

Captain’s Chairs

None, bench seating only

Heated Rear Seats

Standard on Prestige




Hands-Free Power


For in depth details on the 2025 Q7, watch our full first look review linked at the bottom of this article.

Q7 Grille

What’s Under the Hood?

The 2025 Audi Q7 still offers two powertrain options, dubbed 45 and 55. The 55 will be the most popular and refined of the two offerings:

  • TFSI 45: 2.0T I-4 | 261 hp | 273 lb.ft
  • TFSI 55: 3.0T V-6 w/ Mild Hybrid | 335 hp | 369 lb.ft
  • Prestige comes std with the 55

Both will come standard with Quattro AWD and 8-Speed Automatic transmissions. Rear Steering is also an option, and the Prestige will have an adaptive air suspension.

The fuel economy for each model is as currently listed below:

45: 19/26/22 MPG

55: 18/23/20 MPG

We hope you have found this overview of the 2025 Audi Q7 helpful! For a more detailed first look of the Q7, please watch our videos below! What do you think of the 2025 Audi Q7? Let us know in the comments!