|RS 7 Mileage Details|
|Petrol||City - 7.2 kmpl | Highway - 10.53 kmpl ||
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Audi RS 7 Variants
Audi RS 7 • Price, Variants & Specifications
The Audi RS7 with its impressive pace, refinement and usability comes as the performance-oriented version of Audi’s Sportback7. With its power coming from a 4L TFSI Twin turbo V8 engine, the Audi RS7 boasts of lightening acceleration and so it sits at the top of its high performance range. The RS7 that makes an astonishing 553 bhp is priced at 1.29 crore. The new Audi is expected to rival the likes of the BMW M5 and the Mercedes E63 AMG in India.
Engine and performance
The Audi RS& has the same drive-train as the RS6 Avant with a twin-turbo, 4litre V8 petrol engine driving all the four wheels. The peak power is an explosive 553bhp at 5700 rpm and the car delivers a peak torque of 700 Nm at 1750 rpm. It is mated to an eight speed automatic transmission in order to get brisk acceleration at the same pint of time.You can also use this in the manual mode. The car touches the 100kmph from standstill in just 3.9 seconds and the top speed is 250 kmph. The Audi RS7 is fitted with the cylinder deactivation functionality and one can turn off four cylinders when the car is under low engine load.
The Audi RS7 looks impressive with its sporty exterior styling. Though billed as a super car, it is family friendly with its massive 535 litre boot. With a slightly lower body the Audi RS7 is expected to be more agile. There are many styling upgrades that differentiate the vehicle from its regular model. But most of the changes are under its hood.
The Audi RS & is opulently equipped and beautifully spacious inside. The car is as civilized as the A7. The RS7 has got all the usual shiny and metallic add-ons besides having supportive sports seats. Other wise the cabin is much like that of any A6 or A7.
Features and specifications
The Audi RS7offers the driver multiple driving modes and the Dynamic Package Plus option replaces the standard air suspension with a firmer steel spring set up. The car’s chassis is athletic despite its weight and responses are quick. However, steering is slightly overwhelmed with the surge of torque and feels sensitive to the changes on the road surface, compared to the RS6. The auto box shifts through the ratios quickly without any noise in the cabin.
All in all, the Audi RS7 is set to take the Indian roads by storm with power and acceleration being the selling point.