2015 Audi RS7 Sportback unveiled with Matrix LEDs


German automakers Audi have revealed the facelifted RS 7 Sportback which os slated to arrive in Europe later this year. One of the most striking features on board the new RS7 is the new intelligent Martix LED headlight. Price of the new RS7 starts from €113,300 ($154,336 or Rs 91.72 lakhs).

2015-audi-rs7-1-left-front2015 Audi RS7 Sportback is being offered in attractive colours of Sepang blue, Glacier White, Floret Silver and Mythos Black. It is powered by the same 4.0 liter twin petrol V8 engine seen on board the current RS7 which is capable of 560 PS (412 kW) power and 700 Nm torque. The updated RS7 is capable of a top speed of 305 kmph and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in 3.9 seconds. Fuel economy is enhanced while auto emissions drop from 229 to 221 g/km

2015-audi-rs7-2-right-rearExterior features include redesigned lateral air inlets on its front bumper, single frame grille and brake lights while the new RS7 sits on 20” alloy wheels with options of 21” wheels as well as ceramic disc brakes. Interiors of the RS7 see the inclusion of RS sports seats with a new instrument cluster design and MMI infotainment system along with Nvidia graphics processors.

Audi RS 7 Sportback dashboardSlated for launch in India sometime in 2015, the Audi A7 facelift takes inspiration from the RS7 in more ways than one. New matrix LED lights, a revised instrument cluster and shift paddles behind steering wheel are some of these borrowed features while there is no change where engine specifications are concerned.

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