2015 Audi Q7 interior

The Audi Q7 2015 receives praise for its remarkably elegant cabin, featuring high-quality materials such as soft leather and genuine wood trim. Nevertheless, some critics believe the interior design of Q7 2015 is outdated. The first two rows of Q7 test riders are convenient and spacious, but only the kids can fit in their third row. While some reviewers such as the simple infotainment scheme of Q7, others claim that the systems of some rivals are simpler to use.
The cargo area of the 2015 Q7 is less than average and critics find that the amount of space for the Q7 is insufficient.

The Audi Q7 seats seven and comes standard with leather upholstery and heated, 12-way power-adjustable front seats. Front seats are accessible with air ventilation. Automotive writers say the Q7's first-and second-row offer plenty of space and comfort. However, they agree that the third row only has enough space for children.
The 2015 Audi Q7 comes standard with dual-zone automatic climate control, an 11-speaker stereo system, satellite radio, Bluetooth and rear parking sensors.

Four Zones automatic climate control, panoramic sunroofing, Audi's MMI Navigation Infotainment System, rear seat entertainment and a selection of Bose and Bang and Olufsen stereosystems are also available as an option.
While some say updates are more user-friendly than in the past models, others say the MMI infotainment scheme has a steep learning curve and rival technologies are simpler to use. Some test riders understand that physical climate controls are additional, but they claim that they can be difficult to get to. Some car reporters are also delighted at the outstanding sound quality of the optional Bang & Olufsen stereo.

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