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Audi A7 3.0T Sportback with Armytrix Performance Exhaust, insane exhaust sound sets off car alarms
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2011 Audi A7 Sportback
Audi has officially unveiled the new A7 Sportback in Munich today. The 5-door, fastback coupe is Audi's own unique foray into the sport coupe segment with rear passenger doors. Audi describes the car as a combination of elegant coupe, sport sedan and practical wagon. The A7 will feature a lightweight body made with aluminum components and high-tech steels, which will allow for it to be powered solely by a set of V6 engines - at least at first. Audi will likely come to add some V8 power plants to the mix later on. Riding on 18 to 20-inch wheels, the A7's chassis comes with aluminum control arms and a highly-efficient electromechanical power steering. A drive select system comes standard but the adaptive air suspension with controlled damping will be offered only as an option. Also optional will be the LED headlights while bi-xenon with LED taillights are standard. Of those V6 engines, two petrol and two diesel will be available, Audi has only named the 3.0 liter TDI with 150 kW (204 hp) for now. It says the top engine will be a 220 kW (300 hp) offering but doesn't say which V6 that will be. Of the V6's in Audi's engine stable, there is also a supercharged 3.0 liter V6 petrol with 200 kW (272 PS) and a spunkier 3.0 liter TDI with 184 kW (253 PS) which are possibilities for the A7 Sportback. All engines will be coupled to automatic transmissions, either the multitronic for front-drive variants or the seven-speed S tronic for the Quattro-fitted models. That new Quattro system comes with torque vectoring technology and a crown-gear center differential. It can transfer up to 70 percent of torque to the front wheels or as much as 85 percent to the rear, if necessary. The default power transfer ratio is 40:60 with a slight rear bias for sportiness. The new differential is compact and lightweight. All variants will come with thermal management, energy recuperation and stop-start systems to improve fuel-economy. For example, the 3.0 liter TDI with 150 kW (204 hp) coupled with the multitronic gearbox on the front-drive A7 provides for a 5.3 liters/100 km fuel rating and CO2 emissions of 139 g/km. The A7 Sportback hits dealerships in Europe in the fall with prices starting at €51,650.

2015 Audi A7 FL BiTurbo TDI (320hp) - 0-255 km/h acceleration (1080p)
FAST Autobahn acceleration test with the recently facelifted Audi A7 Sportback powered by the range-topping 3.0 Biturbo TDI now delivering 320 hp and 650 Nm of torque! My special thanks this time go to Autohaus Küver ( that provided this exclusively equipped car for our intensive video shoot! Actually you can also get this car as an "S-Line Competition" version delivering 346 hp and 680 Nm in an overBoost mode. That one is then getting closer to BMWs Triturbo in the M550d or 650d. As you can see in the video the acceleration figures are slightly improved to the 313 hp predecessor with especially the 8-speed ZF automatic making a better job! Now its your turn to leave your impression and COMMENTS about this car. Please make also to LIKE / SUBSCRIBE and don't miss the full Drive & Sound coming out later this weekend:-)

Audi A7 Sportback: Drei Welten
Zum Artikel: 87602/?extcidm=7626102964158382 Fazit: Der Audi A7 Sportback ist schick, schön, hübsch, elegant, imposant, eindrucksvoll, gut. Er ist aktuell der schönste Audi. Das wissen auch die Ingolstädter und verlangen eine stattliche Summe für ihn. Unter 60.000 Euro wird wohl kaum ein A7 Sportback seinen Käufer erreichen. Zu verlockend ist die Aufpreisliste. Unsere Motorenempfehlung lautet 2.8 FSI. Denn er passt hervorragend zum Charakter des A7 Sportback. Er ist nämlich ein Gleiter, kein Racer. Zwei Sachen aber stören uns immens: Der lächerliche Klapp-Spoiler (der A5 Sportback hat auch keinen) und die nicht voll versenkbaren hinteren Seitenscheiben. Kleinigkeiten? Bei einem so teuren Design-Auto schmerzen genau solche Details.