has spared no effort in revising the A7 Sportback globally. The spacious
five-door coupe is now even more powerful and attractive. The car comes with
new engine configurations, new transmissions, new headlights, taillights and
new infotainment systems.
A7 Sportback first debuted in 2010. The revised version of the five-door model,
measuring 4.97 meters (16.3 ft) in length, now has additional striking, sporty
features. The most striking changes are to the Single frame grille, bumpers,
tailpipes and headlights. LED technology is now standard. For those interested
in Matrix LED headlights, the same can be got on demand. These LEDs light the
road optimally without causing glare for other road users. Combined with the
Matrix LED headlights, dynamic turn signals are also installed at the front;
they come standard at the rear.
body of the car is primarily of aluminum and high-tech steel
grades, thereby contributing to its lightweight. The cargo space under
the long, electrically driven trunk lid has a base capacity of 535 litres. When
the rear seat backs are folded down it grows to 1,390 litres.
dashboard gives an impression of lightness and elegance. The new interior
materials, including the aluminum/Beaufort walnut inlay and Valcona leather, have
a grand finish. The colour palette has been redesigned, offering five colour
options even for the seats.
is fun for those in the front. The front seats can be optionally equipped with
ventilation and massage functions, and there are four seat versions to choose
from. The MMI radio operating system comes standard; it can be supplemented as
an option with a head-up display that projects all important information
onto the windshield.
is offering the new A7 Sportback with a choice of five powerful and highly
efficient engines: two gasoline and three diesel units. Their power rating
ranges from 218 hp to 333 hp, and all of them comply with the Euro 6 emission
standard. Many aspects of the 3.0 TDI clean diesel with 272 hp have been newly
developed. In the “ultra” version with 218 hp and front-wheel drive, the three-litre
V6 uses an average of just 4.7 litre of fuel per 100 kilometers
3.0 TDI biturbo clean diesel, which delivers 320 hp, works with an eight-speed tiptronic transmission; all other engine configurations have a
seven-speed S tronic transmission. In the versions with front-wheel drive, the dual-clutch transmission
has been fully redeveloped, replacing the multitronic. In engine configurations
starting at 200 kW (272 hp), quattro permanent all-wheel drive can be
supplemented with the sport differential, which actively distributes power
between the rear wheels.
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