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Audi A7 Sportback



Audi A7 Sportback side view

Audi A7 Sportback rear

Audi A7 Sportback interior

Audi A7 Sportback interior

Year (of specifications) 2011
Engine diesel and gasoline V6 units
Transmission seven speed S-Tronic AWD
Max speed -
0-60 -
Horsepower -
weight -








Audi has today revealed the A7 Sportback, their first all-new model since the A5 of 2007. The styling of the new Audi A7 Sportback has remained remarkably faithful to the 2009 Audi Sportback concept which was designed to preview the imminent A7.

The most noticeable differences between the concept Sportback and the production car is the omission of the concept's all-glass roof, a slightly redesigned front bumper and grille, smaller wheels on the production car, different wing mirrors, and a completely different interior.

The A7 Sportback utilizes a modified version of the next-generation A6's chassis, and the car itself is designed to slot in between the A6 and the A8 in Audi model range.


Drivetrain
The A7 Sportback is offered with a choice of two gasoline, and and two diesel V6 engine options. And of course the quattro all-wheel-drive system is available.

The power outputs vary from 204 horsepower up to 300 horsepower. The most frugal engine is the 204 horsepower 3.0 TDI unit which consumes on average just 5.3 liters of fuel per 100 km (44.38 US mpg), corresponding to CO2 emissions of just 139 g per km (223.70 g/mile)


Interior
The interior of the vehicle is up to Audi's usual high standards. There is room for four people, and the individual seating zones are clearly defined by a massive center console.

Like Audi's A8 flagship, the A7 Sportback features an array of high-tech systems. The advanced MMI operating system with central menu button and reduced number of buttons comes standard, while one of the options is a new head-up display that projects the most important information on the windshield. The MMI touch system combines a hard drive navigation system with the convenience of touchpad input.

The driver can use the touchpad to perform numerous functions, such as writing the letters of the destination or the digits of a telephone number by just using their fingertip.

An online service connects the car to the internet using a Bluetooth phone. This can relay Google Earth images to the monitor and combine the information and images with the navigation system.



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