Review: Audi RS7 Sportback (2020)
4.0 TFSI petrol engine producing 600PS and 800Nm.
Deliveries from 2020.
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Based on the A7 Sportback, the RS7 is a five-door high-performance coupe with 600PS and 800Nm from its 4.0-litre V8 petrol engine. The second-generation model features five seats and a mild hybrid... Read more
Audi RS7 Sportback (2020): At A Glance
Based on the A7 Sportback, the RS7 is a five-door high-performance coupe with 600PS and 800Nm from its 4.0-litre V8 petrol engine.
The second-generation model features five seats and a mild hybrid drivetrain along with a much wider body than the standard car. Offered in the UK in standard and Vorsprung forms, the RS7 will be delivered to UK customers from early 2020.
The 1951mm wide body of the RS7 shares only its bonnet, roof, front doors and tailgate with the standard A7 while the interior features RS sport seats finished in perforated leather along with a flat-bottomed RS steering wheel. Special RS displays in the Audi Virtual Cockpit provide details of tyre pressure, torque, performance, oil temperature, boost pressure, lap times, acceleration and g-forces.
For the first time, Audi is offering the five-door RS7 Sportback with a three-seater rear bench. When its split seat backs are folded down up to 1,390 litres of luggage space are available, and when five adults are on board 535 litres remain at their disposal.
The 4.0 TFSI petrol engine in the new Audi RS7 Sportback produces 600PS and delivers 800Nmof torque between 2100 and 4500 rpm. The high-performance Sportback will sprint from 0 to 62mph in 3.6 seconds and reach top speed at an electronically limited 155mph.