German SUVs That are The Coolest

German SUVs are certainly amazing, and having one of them is bliss. However, the SUVs isn’t invented by the Germans, but they have evolved to a whole new level. These consist of sporty to luxury, actual off-roaders, and you name it they got it all, caressing the vehicle platform like none. All the big German automakers have at least one option that money can buy. So, here are the SUVs from Germany that one should own. (This list is sourced from

10. Audi Q7

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Via: Times of India

The Q7 is Packing in a 261-hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine as standard, though having a 335-hp turbocharged V6 as an option which unlocks the Q7’s maximum 7000-pound towing capacity and takes 5.0-second time to go 60 mph.

9. VW Touareg R50

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Via: Motor1

With the same platform as the Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7, the Touareg was equipped with some of the most powerful diesel engines. The R50, had the 350 hp V10 diesel, making the SUV rocket from 0-60 mph in just under 7 seconds.

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8. Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S

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Via: Mercedes Benz

This is no doubt one of the best luxury sports compact SUVs out there in the market. Based on the already impressive GLC Class, it comes with more power and is focused on a more driver-oriented approach with the AMG badge and exhibits more precise steering and a lot more fun performance athleticism. The has a 503 hp engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.

7. BMW X5 M

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Via: Car and Driver

The 2022 BMW X5 M, with its sports-tuned suspension and chassis and its insane 600 horsepower is here to steal the thunder and the search for more performance if you consider the X5. The X5 M offers two trims, a base X5 M and a Competition. Both pack in a 4.4 Litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine which makes 600 and 617 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission with all-wheel drive

6. Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen

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Via: Road and Track

As old as gold, The G-Wagen which debuted back in the late-1970s is undeniably the most off-road capable SUV made by any German company. The latest ones have evolved from serious military-duty machines to full luxury SUVs retaining the OG’s incredible off-road abilities.

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5. Porsche Macan

Via: Stuttcars

The Porsche Macan comes with a variety of powertrain options with the base 2.0 Litre turbocharged four-cylinder,  engine which makes 261 hp, while the S model with the 2.9 Litre twin-turbocharged V6 which makes 375 hp, and the new GTS model which comes with a 3.0 Litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine that makes 434 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque.

4. BMW iX3

Via: EV Database

After the success of the i3, BMW has now taken off for the iX3. It has no commendable reputation as an EV outside the US, but expect more as the brand will offer an extended range version.

3. Audi SQ5

Via: Autotrader

The Audi SQ5 has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that makes 349 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. It can go from 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph and costs $56,000.

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2. Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

Cayenne turbo S
Via: Motor Biscuit

The Turbo GT model joins the Cayenne family for this year which will be the top-line level of performance with its 671 hp twin-turbo V8 and makes 626 lb-ft of torque and has an insane 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds and will come with some upgraded exterior and new 22 inch wheels and a center-exit exhaust and a new carbon fiber covered rear diffuser and will be offered in a coupe-style body only.

1. Audi e-tron

e tron
Via: Top Gear

This is undeniably the most exciting SUV to hit the market recently. It is also the first SUV that is taking a direct hit at the potent Tesla Model X, surprisingly, this ESUV or EV SUV has the same 0-60 mph time as its older, diesel V12 relative.

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