2021 Audi RS7 enthusiasts in the US have something to smile about as the new RS7 Performance Variant is coming to the US really soon after debuting in Europe. While still coy about its formal launch date, Audi confirmed that a hotter version of previous RS7 Sportback. The RS7 is the one plus ultra member of a lineup that also includes the A7 and S7 that earned. Some changes in 2021 Audi RS7 expected will make for a nicer car all around as well as for a faster and more impressive to drive machine than ever before.
2021 Audi RS7 Exterior and Interior Design
The exterior of the 2021 Audi RS7 looks edgier and more aggressive. While sharing elements with its RS7 Sportback sibling, the new Performance variant has more aggressive front/rear fascias highlighted by larger intakes and a bolder rear diffuser set off with upsized 21 in cast alloy wheels in a matte titanium/gloss finish. Front headlights are LED with fog lights introduced just below the chrome front bumper. The standard adaptive air suspension has been retuned, although the steel sport suspension and dynamic steering are on offer as options as are lightweight carbon ceramic brakes. The rear has a large trunk, a body colored rear spoiler and twin exhaust pipes.
Inside the cabin, the 2021 Audi RS7 will continue to offer the same interior as the A6. While five people are advertised to fit in the RS7, the car is more of a four-person shuttle. This vehicle will likely offer individual sport seats that will be heated and ventilated, but you will be able to fit five adults and in that case, don’t expect the rear seat passengers to be happy with the amount of space. This new interior will borrow some of the details found on the Q7 with a more minimalistic looking dashboard, clearer controls and dials as well as better materials around the cabin that will make it seem like a more premium model and not just like a more expensive.
2021 Audi RS7 Release Date and Price
2021 Audi RS7 will be introduced next summer, and hopefully, we will drive it as soon as possible. For that recent occasion, the actual Audi RS7 Sportback begins from $113,900, although modernizing on the Effectiveness product units anyone back again yet an extra $16,800.
2021 Audi RS7 Engine Specs and Performance
The new 2021 Audi RS7 performance is one of the best performing sedans in the market today joining her sibling the S8 Plus. Just like the S8, the RS7 comes with the same drive train as the previous model, though the new model’s engine has been modified for better output. In addition bumping the boost pressure on the RS7’s 4.0 liter TFSI twinturbo V8, Audi raised the engine’s redline by 516 horsepower and introduced an overboost capability that increases the 516 lb ft of torque. While the extra muscle helps trim 0-62 mph time from 3.9 seconds to just 3.7 ticks. This power is sent to a Quattro all wheel drive system via an 8 speed tiptronic automatic transmission system. For extra fun, you can go for the optional sport differential for the rear axle 2021 Audi RS7.