2007 Audi Q7 V12 TDi conceptEnlarge Photo
Audi confirmed that the Q7 will be the first Bluetec-badged diesel it will offer in the
At the November Los Angeles auto show, Audi and Volkswagen confirmed that they would adopt Bluetec technology, pioneered by Mercedes-Benz, to ensure their future diesel models would be able to meet new, stringent
The Q7 will get a 3.0-liter, Bluetec equipped turbodiesel when it goes on sale in the
Audi has great hopes for the Bluetec diesels in the U.S. Diesels account for 50 percent of Audi sales globally; diesels “could have 10 percent or even 15 percent of the
As for Seal, a Q7 owner, an Audi diesel sounds like a good prospect – “it’s pretty much my everyday vehicle,” the singer said of the Q7.
Audi says its sales rose 9.2 percent in 2006 to a record of more than 905,000 units worldwide.
2007 Detroit Auto Show Coverage by TCC Team (1/7/2007)
Lights, cameras, Cobo – action.
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Bad news for the True Believers.
Bush Plugs Alt-Vehicles in Address by Joseph Szczesny (12/20/2006)
President calls for new car technology.