All New 2017 Audi A7 Price
All New 2017 Audi A7 Price-New 2017 Audi A7 is a luxury car manufacturers from Germany are highly anticipated presence. How not, the car is scheduled to be launched in 2017 is equipped with advanced features in it.
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Unveiled back in 2010, the funky five-door fastback received a mid-cycle facelift in 2014, with the second generation not only being greenlighted, but its design has been already signed off by the new Audi head of design, Marc Lichte. Set to be launched sometime in 2017 as a 2018 model, the second Audi A7 will apparently get an all-new design that is supposedly much more radical than the current model.
Naturally, “radical” and “design” in the same sentence when talking about an Audi may sound like a bit of a stretch, but this is what the brand’s evangelists are saying. According to Marc Lichte, some of the visual motifs featured by the Audi Prologue Concept will find their way on the future A6, A8 and the A7, with each model apparently having its own visual identity. Not only that, but the new Audi head of design has also said that we should expect a more thorough look differentiation not only with other distinct Ingolstadt models, but between the A7, S7 and RS7 as well.
For the engine, essentially a twin-turbocharged V-6 diesel, this engine is also coupled by electric supercharger should offer credentials lag-free acceleration. With output of 385 horsepower and a healthy 553 pounds-feet of torque at RS5 TDI Concept, this powerplant may be made to the above is quite interesting from the range in front of the diesel version, although it is unclear whether will be offered in the United States.
Although it would offer a much heftier amount of technology and comfort features, the Audi A7 2018 estimated priced the same as the first generation of the model. In other words, you have to expect the basic model to start at around USD 65,000 for the base model V-6, if not even lower than that if Audi decides to offer a turbocharged four-cylinder as the entry-level variant.