Volkswagen Atlas Vs. Audi Q7: The SUV Showdown

Volkswagen Atlas Vs Audi Q7

If you're looking for a mid-size three-row SUV that gives you plenty of space and seven seats, you might be trying to decide between the Volkswagen Atlas vs. Audi Q7. To help with your new SUV search, we've put together a VW Atlas vs. Audi Q7 comparison that shows the differences in their performance, towing, trims, specs, and passenger room.

After you see how the new Volkswagen Atlas compares to its chief rival from Audi, we think you'll be calling our dealership to test-drive our new VW SUVs for sale.

2022 VW Atlas vs. Audi Q7 Trims and Features

When choosing between the Audi Q7 vs. VW Atlas, you'll also need to choose from the available trim and features. So, let's see how the key features and highlights for these two new SUVs compare. If you're deciding between the VW Atlas and the Volkswagen Tiguan, this information will also give you some helpful insight.

The new VW Atlas SE starts things off with the VW Digital Cockpit, heated front seats, and the safety of a blind-spot monitor. While the Audi Q7 does have heated front seats, it does not have the blind spot monitoring system found on the VW Atlas SE for sale.

The VW Atlas SE with Technology adds remote start, front/rear parking sensors, and a hands-free easy-open liftgate. Once again, the 2022 Audi Q7 offers a front/rear parking system, but not the convenience of a hands-free liftgate found on the VW model.

If you're also comparing the VW Atlas Cross Sport vs. Audi Q7, you're probably seeing a similar pattern start to emerge. The VW Atlas SEL gives you a panoramic sunroof and the additional safety of Travel Assist and Emergency Assist.

In the top-of-the-line VW Atlas SEL Premium R-Line, we find 21-inch two-tone machined alloy wheels for added style while delivering a smooth ride and enhanced capability. The Audi Q7 comes standard with 19-inch 5-arm-star design wheels. Premium wheels are an optional upgrade.

VW Atlas vs. Audi Q7 Size and Passenger Room

In case you're also wondering about the VW Atlas vs. VW Atlas Cross Sport, the new 2022 VW Atlas SUV holds seven seats with 154 cubic feet of passenger room and offers a maximum cargo area of 96.8 cubic feet.

The new 2022 Audi Q7 provides a max cargo space of 69.6 cubic feet, which is significantly less than the VW Atlas.

VW Atlas SUV Review

If you have any questions about the new 2022 VW Tiguan release or the differences between the VW Atlas vs. Audi Q8, please don't hesitate to contact us at Gunther Volkswagen Delray Beach. Our team is here to help you find a new VW SUV that exceeds all of your expectations.

When you're ready to make your purchase, our finance team can review any specials on used VW Atlas models going on now and lease deals on the current lineup.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the VW Atlas the same as Audi Q7?

No, the VW Atlas is a new SUV made by Volkswagen. The Audi Q7 is not made by Volkswagen and does not share the same platform. While both of these new SUVs for sale offer seven-passenger seating and come with a choice of engines to power the vehicle, they are not the same car.

When did VW introduce the Atlas?

The popular VW Atlas SUV first debuted in 2018 and is the largest SUV that Volkswagen currently produces. The VW Atlas is bigger than the VW Atlas Cross Sport, VW Tiguan, and VW Taos SUVs. If you are considering a VW Atlas Cross Sport, it shares the same wheelbase as the VW Atlas but is roughly three inches shorter.

What is the VW Atlas compared to?

The VW Atlas SUV offers an available IQ.DRIVE® AWD system and provides up to 96.8 cubic feet of cargo area with the rear seats folded down. This three-row, seven-seat SUV is commonly compared to the VW Atlas Cross Sport, VW Tiguan, and VW Taos SUVs.

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