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Audi RS7 with 305 kmph topspeed revealed at 2013 NAIAS

At the 2013 Detroit Motor Show, Audi unveiled the new RS7. A powerful sportback with 4.0L V8 generating 552 hp and 750 Nm torque, enabling a top speed of 305 kmph and a 0-100 acceleration time of just 3.9 seconds.

Audi RS7 with 305 kmph topspeed revealed at 2013 NAIASThis new five door Audi RS7 is unveiled at the ongoing Detroit Auto Show. It is expected to reach dealer showrooms by third quarter of 2013. A perfect combination of indulgence, style and performance, RS7 Sportback comes in with a number of external and internal updates.

Audi RS7 is powered by a 4.0 liter V8 twin turbocharged engine which was also seen on third generation RS6 Avant and will be assembled at the Audi Neckarsulm plant in Germany. The engine is capable of  560 hp power and 750 Nm torque between 1750 and 5500 rpm, mated to an 8 speed Tiptronic and quattro permanent all wheel drive. Audi RS7 possesses a sprint time of just 3.9 seconds while accelerating from 0 to 62 mph with a top speed of 155 mph (250 kmph) for standard option. Top speed rises to 174 mph (280 kmph) with assistance of dynamic package while dynamic package plus offers a top speed of 190 mph (305 kmph). Average fuel consumption is at 9.8 liters / 100 km (10.20 kmpl).

RS7 exteriors are seen with new front grille in honeycomb design, two large oval tailpipes and more enhanced side skirts. 20” or 21” alloy wheel options are available while interiors offer sports seats, a flat bottom sports steering wheel and carbon inlays along with revised instrument panel graphics. For more information, scroll down.

Audi at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show 


2014 RS 7 Trailer at NAIAS 


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