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Here's the Q7 Wide Track
Monday, January 17, 2011 7:24 PM

Here's the Q7 Wide Track

BRADFORD (Britain): British automotive design house Project Kahn has put its creative effort into the 2011 Audi Q7 and what you see here is the result.

Taking inspiration from the Project Kahn Range Rover Sport RS600, the Q7 has received an extensive makeover.

The Kahn Q7 Widebody Aerodynamic Styling Package includes modifications such as Wide Wheel arches, front wings with vents, front spats, rear bumper, exhaust trims and rear roof wing.

The modifications extend to the cabin, which sports black perforated Nappa leather on all seven seats with Maranello  red seat stripes, white speedo and red rev counter, door entry sill plates, and machined aluminium foot pedals.

Passengers sitting at the back of the Q7 are able to enjoy further luxury features with the complete Kahn branded entertainment system, which includes two headrest-mounted 7" TFT screens, DVD player, wireless infrared headphones, and a remote control.


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