Audi RS7 2024 shows remarkable uplifting in Audi series

The 2024 Audi RS7 Sportback is a reliable choice when comfort and speed are needed. An eight-speed automatic gearbox mated to a 591-hp twin-turbo V-8 engine provides power to all four wheels. The RS7 now has a new Performance trim with 621 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque, which makes it bark even louder. 

Among cars like the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing and BMW M5, the RS7’s gaping maw is a comfortable and easy-to-drive luxury performance sedan even when it’s not speedily consuming bugs. 

The RS7 attacks the road with a delicate rather than a violent fury, erring on the side of comfort. Its hefty curb weight belies its feel-good factor thanks to its rear-axle steering, but if you feel like throwing down the hammer, its top speed of 190 kph (unlocked with performance options) won’t let you down.

What’s new in Audi RS7 2024?
With the 2024 RS7, Audi is taking things a step further, especially with a new Performance trim. With the addition of boost and two larger turbos, the engine’s output increases to 621 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. Comparing those numbers to the standard RS7, you can see increases of 30 and 37, respectively. 

Additionally, Audi removed some of the RS7’s sound deadening to reduce weight by eighteen pounds. Audi has also retuned the RS7’s centre differential and reprogrammed its selectable drive modes. New 22-inch wheels are wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 7 tyres. The paint palette now includes two new matte colours: Ascari Blue and Dew Silver.

Due to the RS7's excellent standard equipment, which includes all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and an adjustable air suspension, Audi makes this simple. The Black Optics package, which includes massive 22-inch rims with summer performance tyres and darkened exterior trim, is worth considering for maximum craziness. We would also choose the sport exhaust to get the best soundtrack out of the V-8.

The RS model has some unique features and fascinating options, but it also has the same exterior and passenger capacity as the standard A7. Naturally, the premium materials and strong construction are instantly apparent. Nonetheless, trim-specific logos and other distinctive details adorn the RS7's interior.

Although the front sport seats come with lovely leather upholstery as standard, you can reskin them with better leather and ventilated cushions. Depending on the seat arrangement selected, the back seat can accommodate two or three persons. When the rear seats are folded, the cargo area has 49 cubic feet of space and 19 cubic feet when the rear seats are in place.

Engine and Gearbox
The impressive 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine produces power when paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox, a 48-volt hybrid system, and Quattro all-wheel drive. The RS7 is heavier than the previous generation model, which produced up to 605 horsepower, thanks to all this technology. However, shot to 60 kph in just 3.0 seconds thanks to its 591 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.

The new RS7 Performance, which gets larger turbos and more boost, has 621 horsepower with 627 pound-feet of torque. Every RS7 rides on an air suspension with adaptive settings for varying levels of stiffness. It felt refined regardless of the drive mode, even rolling on our tester's 22-inch rims (21s are standard). 

It's also rewarding to bend into corners thanks to the poised chassis and the added agility of its standard rear-wheel-steering system. Crazy quick and unerringly comfortable are accurate descriptors of its driving personality. Despite not opting for the carbon-ceramic brakes, which allow its top speed to be increased from 155 to 190 kph, the standard stoppers hauled our nearly 5000-pound four-door down from 70 kph in an impressive 151 feet.

Features for Safety and Driver Assistance
  • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
  • Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
  • Available adaptive cruise control

Warranty and Maintenance
  • A limited warranty is valid for 50,000 kilometres or four years.
  • Four years or 50,000 kilometres are covered by the powertrain warranty.
  • No free planned maintenance

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