Audi Motor, This German carmaker always has surprises for the world cars lover with their luxury car concept, As we all know, The New RS7 already on the market, The 2019 Audi RS7 Sportback come with Stylish design in and out, and this new RS7 has better engine system than the previous one, So let see what make The New RS7 a good car 🙂
2019 Audi RS7 Sportback Design
The 2019 RS 7 will likely be an impressive all-round executive car, with a high-grade interior and relative comfort for longer journeys. The combination of a beast of an engine, adaptive suspension, and all-wheel drive should also make it very quick point-to-point, too. If rumors of a plug-in hybrid version are correct, the 2019 RS 7 could also be surprisingly frugal for such a fast executive car.
The New 2019 RS7 Sportback is a midsize luxury entry that comes equipped with five doors, including four for passengers and a rear hatch for cargo duties. If you think about it, it’s kind of a weird niche, but considering the seemingly unending popularity of the SUV segment, not to mention the declining popularity of sedan, it definitely starts to make sense to mesh the two a bit.
For 2019 Model The RS7 front bumper comes with wider intakes, sharp headlight housings, and a more pronounced aero setup. The standard appointment will include LEDs for the forward illumination, while laser headlight elements should be optional. The RS7 will also come with a black honeycomb mesh insert for the front grille, as opposed to the horizontal bars seen on the standard A7 model.
2019 RS7 Interior
In the inside, The 2019 RS7 Sportback comes with Standout design features include a horizontal, geometric layout, with hard angles and lines creating a high-tech vibe throughout. HVAC vents along the upper portion of the dash will sit above a double-decker of digital readouts in the center stack, with a wide central tunnel providing additional control support with a few hard buttons, not to mention the transmission shifter.
To this starting canvas, the RS7 Sportback will upgrade with a slew of performance-oriented cues, starting with a new flat-bottom steering wheel rocking three spokes and a few hard buttons placed at thumb’s length at the 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock positions. Also, expect to find sporty seat upfront to hold passengers in place while exploring the limits of grip.
Just behind the steering wheel will be an all-digital gauge cluster, otherwise known as the Audi Virtual Cockpit, providing a customizable interface for the usual driver’s info (road speed, engine rpm, coolant temps, etc.), as well as turn-by-turn navigation and a map.
Speaking about the engine, this new RS 7 is expected to have a 4-liter turbocharged V8 petrol engine under the bonnet. Power figures aren’t known yet, though a healthy leap above its predecessor’s 542bhp output is almost a given.
If a hybrid option is offered it will be the first application in an ‘RS’ Audi. But anyone imagining it’ll no more than a good-looking Prius should think again; expect another increase in power and torque resulting from the electric motor assistance.
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The hybrid system would likely be derived from the petrol-electric setup found in the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, from sister company Porsche. The new RS 7 Sportback will be available exclusively with Quattro all-wheel drive, with the only transmission option expected to be an eight-speed automatic.
If you want to buy one at least you must have $113,900, The price of RS7 starts at $113,900 while upgrading to the Performance model will set you back an extra $16,800, starting at $130,700.