It’s not just the size, eventhough with over five meters of length and over two meters of total width, the Q7 looks a bit oversized at least by european standards, but Q7 looks really good at the parking lot. The exterior is full of details that catch your eye. Big singleframe front grill, Xenon headlights surrounded by LED daytime driving lights, LED indicators in the front bumper and LED tail lights integrated to the tailgate. Twin exhaust tailpipes are lurking under the rear bumber and inside the extended wheel arches there are filled 19″ alloy wheels, which in this case, doesn’t look very big. Dark brown metallic colour is called Teak and it works great in this big car. Dark brown is a nice change instead of the more usual black or silver paint.
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