Netherlands is probably the first country where Audi has priced the second-generation Audi Q7. Although the full pricing has not been released yet, it can now be confirmed that the latest-generation Audi Q7 range starts from €74,990 which converts to £54,845 or US$85,221. The pricing in other European markets, including the UK, should be closer to this.
However, the pricing in the U.S.and Canada would significantly differ, as was the case with the first generation Q7. In Netherlands, the price for the outgoing Q7 starts at €78,590, which converts to US$89,312 or CA$1,10,970. In comparison, prices for the outgoing Audi Q7 in the U.S. and Canada start at US$48,300 and CA$59,200 respectively.
Surprisingly, the new-generation Q7 in Netherlands starts at €3,600 lower than that of the outgoing Q7. If such price cut follows in other European markets and in the U.S. and Canada also, Audi should see a very strong demand for the new SUV, probably higher than what it originally anticipated.