Audi Q7 coastline in trendy white
( dpa ) - Audi has taken the trendy white exterior colour to a new level with the Audi Q7 coastline concept car at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
Fitted with the V12 TDI power unit capable of 368 kW/500 hp, Audi describes the coastline as combining power with "the elegant style of an exclusive yacht".
Most of the exterior is in Inuit, a special white that creates a pearl effect reminiscent of the glistening luminance of the polar region. The single-frame radiator grill and the side air intake slots come in dark High Gloss Steel.
The interior is dominated by alabaster white, a colour popular on luxury yachts. Also in white are such items as the carpet, seat belts and seat upholstery.
The Audi Q7 coastline has the same body modifications as the Audi Q7 V12 TDI, with widened wheel arches and prominent front and rear bumpers.
Audi lists consumption of the high-powered car at 11.9 litres per 100 kilometres. The top speed is electronically regulated at 250 kilometres per hour. The sprint from zero to 100 kilometres is in just 5.5 seconds.