2018 Audi A7 Review, Specs and Design

2018 Audi A7

Few cars are as sharp-looking as Audi’s ageless 4 doors fastback. Seemingly fueled from the fountain of youngsters, the A7 provides an exceptional experience on the boulevard or at the track. It is packed with standard features and incorporates a class-exclusive hatchback body with copious cargo space. The interior, with its high-class materials, defines fineness. A standard 340-hp supercharged V-6 syncs to an eight-speed automated transmission and Quattro all-wheel drive, performing a performance symphony. The sport-tuned Competition package adds a stiffer but livable suspension system and several snazzy outside and interior distinctions. Not satisfied? Look at 450-hp S7 or the RS7, with up to 605 horses. However, we think the conventional A7 should please the suitors with a well-balanced blend of luxury and athleticism.

2018 Audi A7 is essentially unchanged for 2018. Instead, it now has more standard features, and last year’s Competition model is now a $3000 package. Audi also made its more powerful 340-hp supercharged 3. 0-liter V-6 standard, up from 333 horsepower. Your competitors package still adds sporty exterior and interior elements, S-line bumpers, a sport suspension, and a 4 sport differential. The Superior Plus model now has full-LED ambient interior light as standard, and the Prestige trim includes a standard corner-view camera.

2018 Audi A7 Features

Born to blast along the autobahn, the A7 has a supercharged 3. 0-liter V-6 as its sole power producer. It’s supported by an eight-speed automated transmission and Quattro awd. These agents of speeding can’t propel the A7 from zero to 60 mph more quickly than its top rivals, but this large, refined four-door hatchbacks remains eye-openingly fast.

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This kind of version of the supercharged V-6 makes 333 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. Your competitors model has the same engine plus an extra seven ponies thanks to tuned-up software. While not intimidating, both machines emit a healthy wear out note that hints at their potency. We tested a 2016 A7 with the lower output and hailed its plentiful power but noted a touchy accelerator and unrefined stop/start procedure. More recently, we spent time in the 2017 Competition, which uses a torque-vectoring rear differential that constantly shifts power between the rear wheels for maximum traction and improved handling. The eight-speed computerized gears is well suited for both spirited rides and highway cruising. However, the shifts are somewhat calm and, in our experience, it couldn’t be motivated to hold gears all the way to redline.

2018 Audi A7 Exterior

We’d argue that the “2018 Audi A7” ranks among the best-looking hatchbacks of most time–maybe even as one of the best-looking four-door cars of all time. Its design is smooth, sinewy, and timeless, and its drooping rear deck captures the essence of sporting sedans and athletics cars from an previous time. A modern front side end, dramatic proportions, and a roofline that dovetails into a concave rear end define this sexy luxury hatchback.

While it’s a simple switch-up, last year’s Competition model is now its package that’s available on either the Premium Plus or Prestige lean. It includes upgrades such as 20-inch wheels, S-line bumpers, and red brake calipers.

Every model is well equipped, with a power-operated sunroof and back hatch, power-folding exterior wall mirrors, rain-sensing windshield wipers, full LED exterior lighting, and a rear spoiler that automatically extends and retracts based on the car’s speed. The S line Sport package ($1000) gives unique front and rear bumpers and a special design for the 19″ wheels. The 20-inch-wheel bundle ($1200) is precisely what it sounds like, and the 20-inch Black Optic package ($1500) paints the billet grille, exterior trim, and 20″ wheels glossy black. The larger wheels and blacked out components are standard on the Competition trim we tested. It also has power soft-closing doors, red brake calipers, and exclusive badging.

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2018 Audi A7 Interior

We send to excellent interiors in other vehicles as being Audi-like because of cars like the 2018 Audi A7. It’s an elegantly designed environment that’s swathed in rich leather, includes intriguing colors, and features the finest designer wood accents.

The A7 room have a minor changes for 2018. The only revise is that the Premium Plus model has full-LED ambient in house lighting as standard. The A7’s interior is much from claustrophobic, yet their front- and rear-seat headroom is the least among competition.

A “base” A7 isn’t very a base model at all. That’s loaded with standard features like as 4-zone climate control and warmed front seats and also a power tilting and steering wheel. The in house of the top-of-the-line 2018 Audi A7 Competition we tested was a luxurious cocoon, with standard amenities that included special rear bucket chairs, leather-wrapped door armrests, and debonair black-and-red, diamond-stitched chairs. A head-up display is standard, too, nevertheless cumbersome housing creates an eye sore in an otherwise visually harmonious interior. It also equipped with Cold Weather package about $500 this heating adds functionality to rear seats and driving wheel but deletes the sporty flat-bottom helm that is otherwise standards.

2018 Audi A7 Prices

All those infatuated by luxury and performance can overlook the A7’s base price of seventy dollars, 675–one of the greatest in its class. This model include in Premium level prestige which standard luxury bit such as power soft close entry doors, head-up display and front seats that’s ventilated and costs is $73, 375. We’re content with the impressive set of standard equipment on the Premium Plus.

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Competition model cost almost $8000 more than camp trim, but this include more powerful engine that’s now standards. That makes it a relative good deal to get the bundle for $3000. It increases the car’s appearance with S-line bumpers, red brake pedal calipers, and 20-inch rims and spruces up the already fancy cockpit with a flat-bottom steering wheel, Valcona leather, and more. It also adds performance with its torque-vectoring rear differential and sport suspension. The Price of this cars 2018 Audi A7 is about $73, 675.