Anderson Germany got their hands on the flagship Audi SUV, the Q7 V12 TDI to be exact, and improved the style and performance while at it. This 12-cylinder oil-burner produces 500 horses and 1,000 Nm of torque from the 6-liters of displacement. It’s plenty of enough power, and at the track the Audi Q7 is able to get the all-wheel drive to accomplish 0 to 100 km/h in 5.5 seconds. With the addition of a new air filter and ECU software optimization, Anderson Germany was able to improve the horsepower to 550. To go along with the boost in performance, a new brake kit including eye-popping red calipers along with a suspension lowering module were installed. Next the tuners modified the exterior and interior styling on the Audi Q7.

At the exterior, Anderson Germany started with a carbon fiber package consisting of a new front grille surround, mirror caps, rear diffuser, and roof rails. Additionally, all the logos, air vents, twin tail pipes, and the grille were finished in a shiny black color. They smoked out the rear lights on the Audi Q7, and then installed a new set of 22-inch alloy rims, wrapped in 295/30/22 high performance tires to complete the wheel package.

Inside the Audi Q7, customers will find unique tuning done to the dashboard with white carbon applications. The white carbon is also found on the steering wheel and doors, while the most of the seating surfaces and door panels were upholstered in quilted black Alcantara and leather with contrasting white seems. A matching child car seat for the rear can be purchased optionally, while the new LED lights round out the interior kit from Anderson Germany.

[Source: carscoop]