By combining supercharging with petrol direct injection, the TFSI engine of the Audi Q7 realise superior potential: more performance and dynamism from less fuel.
TFSI technology is being employed for the first time in the Audi Q7. This combines belt-driven supercharging of the engine with petrol direct injection. On the 3.0 TFSI engine, a compressor provides for top-class performance characteristics with high torque at low engine speeds. The results are extremely spontaneous response and exceptional power flow across the entire rev range. When combined with FSI technology, this produces quite outstanding fuel economy and performance figures.
The Audi Q7 3.0 TFSI (245 kW/333 bhp) sprints from a standstill to 100 km/h in just 6.9 seconds. The TFSI engine of the Audi Q7 is notable for its outstanding efficiency as well as its performance. The power unit achieves a combined fuel consumption of 10.7 l/100km and CO2 emissions of 249 g/km. As well as energy recovery, which comes as standard on all six and eight-cylinder engines, the 8-speed tiptronictiptronicGearshifts with the minimum interruption in power flow – the six-speed tiptronic transmission unites automatic shifting comfort and outstanding driveability.tiptronic that delivers improved efficiency and superior driving comfort also helps to keep fuel consumption low with low-rev driving and swift gear changes.
Fuel consumption and emissions data:
Fuel consumption, combined, 10.7 l/100 km
CO2 emissions, combined, 249 g/km