While many less expensive crossovers are usually ignored by creme de la creme of coach builders and all kind of tuning specialists, the German premium-class SUVs could never complain about lack of attention from this crowd. For example, the 2007 Audi Q7 luxury crossover SUV has just received another tuning package. This time, courtesy of German tuning studio Hofele Design.
Consisting of both external appearance kit and engine power upgrade, the “Paladium” package makes your Q7 even more desirable.
The appearance kit, company is reporting, includes new front bumpers with additional air intakes, a larger grille borrowed from Audi A8, LED running lights, cornering lights, rear spoiler mounted on the rear apron and a pair of additional air intakes on both sides of the SUV.
These will set you back on €4,900.
There is also a set of “Reverso 22” designer wheels in the size 10Jx22 with 295/320 R 22 Pirelli tires fitting extended wheel arches that will set you free of additional €4,750.
Interior enhancement kit may include carbon, exotic woods and leather elements on the instrument panel, steering wheel and door trims.
The Audi Q7 engine upgrade kit from Hofele is priced at humble €1,150. The kit helps you increase 3.0-liter TDI engine’s maximum power output and available torque from 233 hp and 500 Nm to more than 280 hp and 580 Nm respectively.
Photos: Hofele Design
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