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autoviva2014-06-02 11:34:06

RS7 Sporback receives facelift from Audi

Model gets similar updates as the A7 and S7

In terms of design, the RS7 underwent minor changes in the front

Like it recently happened with the A7A7 Sportback 3.0 TDIAudi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDIGermany, 2014 > present1 photo
and the S7S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSIAudi S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSIGermany, 2014 > present1 photo
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In terms of design, the RS7 underwent minor changes in the front. The single-frame grille has been redesigned and features a bumper with lines similar to the A7 and S7 presented in May.

The new RS7 gets LED headlights as standard with a new design and moreover Matrix LED headlights become available as an optional. The headlights get darkened graphics to give the vehicle a greater differentiation. The rear LED headlights have also been updated and the exterior design is complete with redesigned 20 inch rims.

Inside Audi made ​​changes in the instrument panel, the paddles and the air outlet controls. Finally the optional MMI infotainment system receives an updated Nvidia graphics processor for faster operation.

The updated version of the RS7 continues to be powered by the same V8 petrol engine of 4.0 liters with 560hp and 700Nm of torque. The engine is combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission and the quattro all wheel drive system.

According to Audi, the RS7 Sportback reaches 100km/h in 3.9 seconds and a limited top speed of 250km/h. However, this speed can be increased to 280 or 305km/h with the optional "Dynamic" package.

Thanks to the cylinder deactivation technology, which deactivates four of the eight engine cylinders engine in light acceleration situations, Audi managed to reduce average consumption and CO2 emissions to 9.5 l/100km and 221g/km, respectively.





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