– The mannequin was launched in July 2020
– That is the model’s costliest sedan on sale
Audi has discontinued the RS7 Sportback in India and the mannequin has additionally been faraway from its official web site. The model launched the second-generation RS7 Sportback in mid-2020 within the Indian market. And the final recorded worth of the efficiency sedan was Rs 2.24 crore (ex-showroom).
On the characteristic entrance, it features a five-seat configuration, RS adaptive air suspension, flared wheel arches, 21-inch alloy wheels, single-frame grille with honeycomb mesh, rear bumper with built-in diffuser and oval exhaust pipe, panoramic sunroof, and LED matrix headlamps. Inside, the RS7 Sportback is provided with a digital cockpit, Heads-Up Show (HUD), Alcantara-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel with aluminum paddle shifters, and RS sport seats with Black Pearl Nappa leather-based and 705W B&O 16- system of speaker music.
Below the hood, the RS7 comes soldiering with a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine mated to an eight-speed automated transmission unit that produces 591bhp and 800Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 48V mild-hybrid system and delivers energy to all 4 wheels through the Quattro all-wheel-drive system that helps the mannequin obtain zero to 100kmph in simply 3.6 seconds.