The known marginal information is presented quickly for this new 2019 Audi RS7, although there may be many rumors and assumptions around it. Some of them have proven, some of them can certainly be wild guesses. However, the development of appearance models, functions and production schedules at this stage allows us to use an excellent concept of what we should anticipate (and expect once). It seems likely that the new 2019 Audi RS7 is a pet a lamb dressed wolf, if any (on the occasion where lamb has become essentially a lean diet strategy technique). was in the gym at the health and fitness center Lamb).
Like the A7 standard, the 2019 Audi RS7 sportback is a mid-size luxury entry with five doors, including four for passengers and a tailgate for loading. If you think about it, it’s a strange niche, but given the seemingly endless popularity of the SUV segment, not to mention the declining popularity of the sedan, it makes sense to unify them a bit. And hey, people seem to like that, why not? Although we already know what the A7 will look like after its debut last year, we can expect the 2019 Audi RS7 sportback to feature all the traditional features of the performance style. For starters, the front bumper will be updated in a targeted way, with wider outlets, pointed headlight housings and a more pronounced aerodynamic configuration. The standard appointment will include LEDs for the front lighting, while the elements of the laser headlights should be optional. The 2019 Audi RS7 will also come with a black honeycomb mesh insert for the grille, unlike horizontal bars of the standard A7 model. By moving on the sides, we will find defenses massively burned. These will be even more pronounced than those of the A7 standard presented in this tester model. The profile view will also reveal the coupe shaped roofline of the 2019 Audi RS7 and the more aggressive side skirts. Large wheels will be installed in the corners, measuring 20 to 21 inches in diameter and constructed from forged aluminum. Finally, at the rear, the 2019 Audi RS7 sportback will use oval exhaust tips for the trim. The polished finishes will be framed by an updated rear bumper, complemented by a broad diffuser element. A standard adaptive rear spoiler will be placed in the upper part of the luggage compartment. It will increase and decrease to get more grip in the rear or higher aerodynamic performance, as needed. The LEDs will be used with the backlight boxes, which will be transformed into sharper and thinner units than the outgoing model, which extend from the wing to the wing in a single uninterrupted strip. The details will include a set of “quattro” logos that will be added as appropriate, along with a dark colored border to give the model a more menacing appearance. Customization will be offered with additional carbon and darkened end caps, while the Performance model will add carbon elements to the front fender, rear diffuser and exterior mirrors as standard.
Like the exterior, the 2019 Audi RS7 will build on the redesigned A7. Exceptional design features include a horizontal geometric design, with angles and rigid lines that create a high-tech environment at all times. The HVAC vents located at the top of the dashboard will be located on a two stage digital readout board in the center stack, with a large central tunnel providing additional control support with a few precise knobs, not to mention changing the transmission. On this starting canvas, the 2019 Audi RS7 sportback will be updated with a series of performance oriented signals, starting with a new flat steering wheel that rotates three spokes and a few hard buttons placed at the thumb at 3 o’clock. 9 hours. Clock positions. He also hopes to find sport seats facing forward to keep passengers in place while exploring the limits of grip. Right behind the wheel, a group of fully digital indicators, also called Audi Virtual Cockpit, provides a customizable interface for the usual driver information (road speed, engine speed, coolant temperatures, etc.) Also, turn the navigation and a map. Other infotainment features include an integrated smartphone interface that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while above the steering wheel, a standard head up display will transmit additional information directly to the windshield. Voice control and handwriting recognition complete the entries. A 4G LTE Wi-Fi connection will keep you connected, while Google Earth will be used with digital signage to provide detailed map images. Information on weather and traffic will also be available, and for audiophiles, Bang & Olufsen will provide the pieces. Another key element is assistance for the Audi autonomous and semi autonomous driver, including features such as adaptive cruise control with stop and go function, active lane assistance, Audi pre sense plus, high visibility assistance, etc. Additional driver assistance features will also be offered as an optional upgrade. As for materials, the interior will be lined with aluminum, carbon fiber and shiny black parts, not to mention the leather and alcantara coverings. The honeycomb seams will add an extra touch of feeling to the top shelf. And, of course, being optimistic, look for an improved rear cargo room at the rear. The maximum passenger capacity will be established in four.
Go straight to the most important news here: under the hood, it seems that the 2019 Audi RS7 sportback will equip a new V8 dual turbo gas burner of 4.0 liters. It’s a robust power, no doubt, and it is thought that Volkswagen will also use it with the new Bentley Continental GT. Rising on the 2019 Audi RS7, maximum output can reach 650 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque, far exceeding the first generation model. For reference, the current 2019 Audi RS7 gets 560 horsepower in standard version and 605 horsepower with Performance pack, reaching 60 mph in 3.7 seconds in standard and 3.6 seconds in Performance version. In addition, the standard version of the A7 is equipped with a 3.0 liter turbocharged V6 generating up to 340 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. The 0 to 62 mph route is completed in 5.3 seconds. The 650 horsepower increase in the 2019 Audi RS7 is exciting, but the rumor that the next model could be hybrid with an even faster version of e-tron is even more interesting. By extracting the technology from the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, the 2019 Audi RS7 e-tron could deploy up to 700 horsepower, making it Audi’s first high performance plugin hybrid model. To do this, it will take 150 horses with a lithium ion battery and an electric motor, in addition to an internal combustion engine of 550 horsepower. In both cases, we believe that a maximum speed of 180 mph in the standard model and 195 mph in the Performance model makes a lot of sense. Running from 0 to 100 km/h will take less than 4 seconds, probably in the 3.5 second range, although the small 3 second range is quite possible, especially with 700 horsepower in a barrel. As a general rule, the AWD quattro system is standard, which is essential when exercising this type of muscle. When routing, everything will be an eight speed S-tronic automatic gearbox, also equipped as standard. The weight handling will be a standard air suspension configuration, which will probably be very difficult to compensate for the performance aspirations of the 2019 Audi RS7. The dynamic direction will help you to make a precise rotation. Plus, take a look at what’s hidden under these wheels: the Mammoth brakes! From this tester, they seem to include perforated discs and six-pot stirrups in the front. We also hope that the ceramic units are included in the list of options. And of course, expect several modes of driving aboard, which will affect the transmission shift response, suspension stiffness, steering response, throttle response and other facets to give at the 2019 Audi RS7 a better aggressive behavior or more relaxed. Those looking to get the fastest version possible can enter the Dynamic Plus package in the options list, as well as in a sport differential for an even brighter experience when you apply the throttle in a turn.
We have been somewhat particular, we will certainly not know the date of revision and publication of the 2019 Audi RS7 before the third quarter of 2019, probably also after the year; The 2019 Audi RS7 did not always say that we could expect to see it, but thinking that in fact we did not observe anything at all, it should be like that with the first. It does not continue to reveal well designed price range information, at least not in the United States. However, the organization’s sources indicate that it is higher than in European countries, or just a lot more, especially, Brittany, who could invest for around £ 85,000. If you write $ swap as soon as possible, you can recommend an initial price of $ 106,000.