The aesthetic treatment encompasses a new front bumper with larger intakes and four additional lamps on the corners, front and rear wheel-arch extensions with matching side skirts, a roof spoiler, front fender air vents, and a wide rear apron with a diffuser.
According to Hofele-Design, “the kit is installed to the serial points of attachment and partially glued onto the car”, and it is priced at €6,900 in Germany, which comes to around US$9,300 at today’s exchange rates.
If you’re going to have Hofele-Design dress up your Q7, you may as well opt for the quad tailpipes and its “Reverso II” alloy wheels that are available in two diameters, 20- and 22-inches, as well.
Want more? A new bi-colour leather interior with stitched elements and ornamental seams for the seats, steering wheel, arm rests and door panels is also available.