Audi Australia Pty Ltd. says 15 of its new Q7 cross/utility vehicles have completed a grueling 3-week, 4,350-mile (7,000-km) transcontinental trek from Sydney through the Australian Outback to Broome, West Australia, in excellent condition. Audi Australia Managing Director Joerg Hofmann says all the vehicles arrived safely in spite of extreme terrain in areas such as Innamincka and Birdsville, where sharp, stony tracks are common, and the Tanami Track, where roads are characterized by huge ...

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