Recently, the new 2010 Audi Q7 debut at Tianjin Port, the new Audi Q7 has made many improvements in both interior and exterior.
Exterior changes are limited, with the largest revision being revised front and rear bumper skins. Others, notably the new grille insert and LED daytime running lamps, help bring the Q7 in line with the company's current design ethic.
A similar design mantra was applied to the Q7's interior. Most of the cabin is virtually identical to the previous model, but a few small touches adds an upscale aura,i.e. more chrome switchgear, ambient lighting in the doors, wood inlay on the passenger-side dashboard.
Perhaps the most important feature inside is Audi's new third-generation Multimedia Interface, or MMI. The infotainment system uses Audi's latest form of 3D navigation, and a new joystick control for navigating through menus, maps, and the like. Users can also control the MMI through a revised vocal command system.