Audi’s van-wagon-SUV thing, the Q7, has been refreshed for the 2017 model year, and not so surprisingly, you don’t have a diesel option anymore.

The base model Audi Q7 Quattro Premium level will set you back $55,750, or about 11,000 Starbucks lattes. The top of the range Prestige level Q7 comes in at $65,250, or about 26 Prada bags.

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The only available engine option, since you definitely wont be getting a diesel anything from Volkswagen Group for awhile, is the 333hp 3.0 liter TFSI engine with 325 lb-ft of torque.

The car comes with an eight speed transmission with six different “Drive Select” options: Comfort, Auto, Dynamic, Offroad/Lift, Allroad, and Individual.

You’ll also have the option of featuring Apple CarPlay or Android Auto in place of the infotainment system.

Is it a lifted wagon? Is it an SUV? Is it ugly? Awkward? WHAT IS IT?


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