Full-scale discussions of sense and nonsense of all SUVs are near to the end but without any tangible result because the sales figures of this very noble vehicle (if they are actually used as such) from Ingolstadt, Munich, Stuttgart or Zuffenhausen are still unexpectedly high. The team led by Marc Reilly, head of the MR Car Design Company from Erftstadt, recently has chosen an Audi Q7 for reconstruction in order to allow the drivers to float on a cloud.
Aforementioned Q7 has been subjected to additional modification of daytime running lights from 2008 to 2010 levels, installation of LED indicator strip and performance improvement, so this noble racer is very close to new recently face-lifted model. The cost of such upgrade is 6999 Euro.
The software optimization of the 4.2-liter TDIs by MR Car Design from 326 to now 374 hp – while the maximum torque rises from 760 to currently 870 Nm – and withdrawal of tiresome Vmax lock add additional 799 Euros. Use of double-pack K & N air filter adds 160 Euros.
Road adherence in this case is provided by 22-inch alloy wheels MRGT22 in 9.5 inch width and Icebear W300 tires in dimension of 265/35-22 at a price of 2599 Euro total, with deep intervention in the electronics that results to extra 299 Euro. If the interior of the Q7 is also important for you, this can be helped by modification of steering wheel from the current Audi RS6. The price for this is available to interested parties on request.
So, with such Q-Seven-league boots, one can for example go to the land of polar bears and will not be particularly noticeable among the funny animals…