2012 Audi S7 Sportback


The design of the Audi S7 Sportback is a single block. The long bonnet, the long wheelbase and short overhang is create perfect proportions, the low roofline and dynamic gives the look of a five-door coupe. Highway, a rear spoiler is deployed to improve the handling.
The Audi S7 Sportback features the same engine as the S6 and S6 Avant: the new 4.0 TFSI 309 kW (420 hp) and 550 Nm V8 biturbo This five-door coupe catapults in 4.9 seconds from zero to one hundred km / h, while the driving force is hampered by the electronic limiter at 250 km / h. The eight-cylinder very regular average of just 9.7 liters of fuel per 100 km and operates technology "cylinder on demand" Audi partial load.
The S7 Sportback also displays inside its sporty character. This is evident in many details: the S badge, the red ring on the Start-Stop button, the logo in the S7 illuminated door sill, the aluminum strip on the S tronic shift lever and gearshift paddles aluminum. The footrest and pedals are made of stainless steel, soft keys of the MMI control system shine in aluminum look.
Applications are standard in carbon and aluminum in the option, ash and oak laminate veined Beaufort. The black, silver moon and the goa beige (for seats) are the color palette for the headlining, dashboard, carpets and seats. Side saddle, the customer can choose between the series combination of leather and leather Valcona Milano and pearl nappa / alcantara.  

The adaptive air suspension sport is standard in the S7 Sportback, like the control system Audi drive select dynamic behavior. The 19-inch wheels hide disc brakes ventilated large format, including matte black calipers on the front cover logo S7. Brake rotors ceramic fiber reinforced carbon are optional.

The S7 Sportback Audi benefits from the seven-speed S tronic dynamics and with quattro permanent four locking center differential and selective management of couples for each wheel. The optional sport differential distributes torque between the rear wheels.


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