Audi Q7 V12 Diesel tuned by Anderson Germany to 550 horsepower

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Anderson Germany has just modified the most outrageous edition of Audi’s Q7 SUV, the V12 TDI version. In the stock model, the 6.0-liter 12-cylinder diesel produces 500 horsepower along with a ridiculous 757.56 lb-ft of torque, and that is sufficient to pushes the all-wheel drive diesel SUV from 0-62 mph in just five seconds. Now that is way too fast for a SUV, which will make other sports cars weep at the stop light.

Anderson Germany further enhanced the already potent engine with a brand new air filter and software program optimizations to improve power output by ten per cent, and it results  in about 550-horsepower. In addition, the company also installed the Q7 V12 TDI with brand new brakes showcasing the red-calipers along with a lowering component for the suspension.

Subsequently, Anderson Germany made a few changes to the exterior body. The enhancements inlcude a carbon fiber package deal for the front grille, mirror caps, rear diffuser and roof rails along with logos, the air-vents, and the twin tail pipes. And also the grille is completely covered in a shiny black colour. The smoked lights in the rear along with a new set of 22-inch alloy wheels with black spokes wrapped in 295/30 22 tires to round out the looks.

As for the interior, white carbon fiber is used all around the dashboard, steering wheel and doorways along with new LED illumination. The seats and door panels are wrapped in leather and quilted black Alcantara with contrasting white stitching. Anderson Germany also provides an optional matching child seat as well, just in case you need to haul your kids around town in style.