The Audi RS 7 is a variant of ultra-high-performance four-door-coupe Audi A7 shapely and surprisingly spacious. With a V8 engine of 560 horsepower lurking beneath its sleek hood, the Audi RS 7is the most powerful model in the Audi lineup, which also has all the accoutrements of luxury and technology for the brand with the four hoops has announced. The Audi RS 7 benefits of a standard head-up display new and two new option packages for the latest model year.
With a grid of sinister black bee nest, front air intakes and large rear diffuser exhaust containing huge insertion, the Audi RS 7 has a distinctly bolder and sportier outside his brothers Audi A7 and Audi S7. Far from being an “all-show, no-go” type of machine, the Audi RS 7 backups of your eyes with a V8 twin-turbo that produces 560 horsepower at 5,700 rpm and 516 lb-ft 4.0-liter engine of torque at just 1,750 rpm from. That monstrous four-wheel output is transmitted through an eight-speed automatic transmission and Quattro all-wheel-drive system from Audi, which has a nominal 40/60 front / rear torque distribution for balanced handling, similar rear.
Audi says the Audi RS 7 is able to dispatch the sprint from zero to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds, while models equipped with an optional sports package can reach a top speed of 190 mph. Provide corner-carving abilities commensurate with the impressive acceleration is the buyer’s choice of air suspension or suspension rigid steel. The throttle response, shift points of the transmission and steering effort can be adapted to suit the driver’s fantasy via Audi Drive Select, which offers the choice of Comfort, Auto and Dynamic modes or custom. An optional dynamic steering system works through unit selection and uses a superposition gear to vary the steering ratio by nearly 100 percent as a function of speed. The system also the counter steers slightly at the boundary of the curves. Hiding behind the wheels of seven-spoke 20-inch standard are important brake calipers with six pistons; ceramic units even bigger and more powerful carbon can specify for a fee. Despite its size and potential performance, the RS 7 will actually surprisingly efficient, thanks to a stop-start system that cuts the engine at stops and cylinder deactivation system that effectively turns into a V4 engine during low throttle cruise.
Audi RS 7 Interior
Inside, the Audi RS 7 is much like the rest of the Audi A7 line. That means flowing artfully items of equipment, material luxury and a sense of fine craftsmanship are found everywhere. Specific details of the model including a flat-bottomed steering wheel racing-inspired, carbon and aluminum trim, and RS badging. Another unique touch is a display driver information in the set of indicators that provides light to change, as well as boosting the information of pressure and oil temperature.
A high price paid by the exterior styling of Audi RS 7 especially rakish roof line – is headroom rear seat lacks a bit. However, there are still plenty of legroom in the rear, and the front seats are adequately roomy. Cargo space is large due to the hatchback design, with 24.5 cubic feet of storage space available. Navigation features and entertainment is accessed via Audi MMI system, which is one of settings more intuitive information and entertainment market. The navigation system includes Audi Connect, which features Internet connectivity in the car and the industry’s first integration of Google Earth – complete with panoramic, high-resolution satellite and the aerial imagery.
Audi RS 7 Features
The Audi RS 7 is equipped as standard with combination leather/alcantara, heated front seats, a navigation system, 14-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo radio with SiruisXM and full iPod integration, a sunroof, tri-zone automatic climate control, ultrasonic and rearview camera parking assist systems, Bluetooth connectivity, xenon headlights with LED running lights, a prox, a head-up display and 20-inch wheels.
Highlights of the option list include a system of 15 speakers, 1300 watt Bang & Olufsen, a head-up display, leather padded honeycomb Valcona, adaptive cruise control, night vision system, 21 wheels inch and all LED-lights. New for the latest model year is the carbon package, which brings a splitter and carbon diffuser and the dynamics package with dynamic address, DRC suspension system, brake calipers red and a system of sports exhaust exits Black.
Audi RS 7 Safety
Audi RS 7 models are equipped with double-length curtain airbags front side, front knee, front, side and back side. Traction and stability control systems, the electronic brake force distribution and monitoring system tire pressure are also included. Optional safety features include active lane assist, which alerts the driver when the Audi RS 7 is falling into an adjacent lane and even can gently steer the car back into the original lane. There are also Audi pre sense, which can detect obstacles in front of Audi RS 7 and apply the brakes to avoid an accident or mitigate its severity. Finally, Audi side assist alerts to driver when a vehicle is in one of the rear blind spots Audi RS 7.
Audi RS 7 Competitors
The Audi RS 7 faces tough competition from a number of worthy rivals. If you like his polarizing style, rewards Porsche Panamera Turbo S with blistering fast acceleration and excellent handling, while the Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG is another strong option thanks in part to her amazing 590 pounds-feet of torque. A third option is the BMW M6 Gran Coupe, which is pretty fleet and is available with a six-speed manual transmission the exclusive segment for those who like to row their own gears.