The Audi Q7 was introduced in 2006 in order to give the Cayenne a run for its money. Based off the same platform as the Porsche and VW Touareg, the luxury SUV from Audi makes use of the German automaker's TDI technology with everything from a gas burning 280 HP 3.6 Liter V6 and a 4.2 Liter V8 making 350 HP to a diesel pumping 3.0 Liter diesel V6 making 225 HP with a few more MPG while the top of the line Audi Q7 is powered by a 500 HP 6.0 Liter turbo diesel V12.
For a limited time, Audi is offering an exceptional lease through Audi Financial Services on a nicely equipped 2007 Q7 3.6 Premium vehicle. (See complete details below.) This offer is good through January 2, 2007 so hurry into your local Audi dealer today to take advantage of these winning savings.
Japanese maker Mitsuka launched series version of Orochi sports car. AutoExpress
Mitsubishi’s i car has a long road in front of it. AutoWeek
Environmentalists creating pressure for European makers. DetNews
October 15-21 – National School Bus Safety Week. PR
False reports lead four of Toyota’s second hand sales employees under arrest. DetNews
UAW struggling to keep the jobs bank – program that requires to automakers to pay laid-off workers. Internal
Dual Clutch Gearbox for Chrysler’s next-generation mid-sized front drive vehicles. AutoWeek
Q7 shipments towards the US are getting smaller. AutoWeek
If this works – I’m gonna buy me a female for my car, to have some small minis. Who knows? They might grow up to be Rolls-Royces! :