For Fans of fast four-doors in India, they have a reason to rejoice – the 2020 Audi RS7 Sportback launched today, priced at Rs 1.94 crore. This 2nd generation RS7 joins Audi India’s line-up as its 4th model on sale at present, along with A6, A8 L and Q8.

What To Know About The New RS7?

The feature of the new-age RS7 is obviously what lies under its hood – a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 (matched with a 48-volt mellow cross breed framework) that delivers a heavy 600hp and 800Nm of force. That force figure is insignificantly lower than the past gen RS7 Performance’s 605hp, however force is up by an outstanding 50Nm. Cooperated with an eight-speed programmed gearbox and Audi’s quattro all-wheel-drive framework, the 4.0-liter V8 can take the RS7 Sportback from 0-100kph in an insufficient 3.6 seconds, and on to an electronically-restricted maximum velocity of 250kph. Settling on the Dynamic Package pushes the maximum velocity up to 280kph, and Dynamic Plus takes that up further to 305kph. As standard, the new RS7 Sportback gets chamber deactivation tech and versatile air suspension, while carbon-artistic brakes, all-wheel controlling and a heads-up show are discretionary additional items.

The New RS7 Different From The Standard A7 Inside & Out?

Audi has held nothing back to give the second-gen RS7 Sportback its very own personality. It has a forceful face – a passed out single-outline grille with a RS-explicit honeycomb finish, an upgraded guard with bigger air admissions and Matrix versatile LED headlights. It sits lower than the standard A7, and has more extensive front and back tracks, as well. Wheel decisions for the RS7 Sportback incorporate standard 21-inch combinations, with 22-inch wheels accessible as an alternative. At the back, the LED tail-lights are connected by a LED light bar; there’s an electronically-worked spoiler that springs up at speeds over 100kph, and another back guard that fuses oval tailpipes – a mark RS contact.

Interior-wise, the RS7 holds the fundamental format of the second-age A7, with a double touchscreen arrangement and the Virtual Cockpit computerized instrument group, yet includes an all the more wearing flavor with a RS-spec level base directing wheel highlighting aluminum paddle shifters, RS sport seats and a sound portion of Alcantara.

RS7 Sportback Rival Cars?

At this value, the Audi RS7 Sportback costs Rs 39 lakh more than the BMW M5, which likewise offers 600 or more strength, all-wheel drive and a sub-4-second 0-100kph time. The AMG E63, in the interim, is not, at this point recorded on Mercedes-Benz’s India site.


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