Audi's A7 Sportback is one of those cars that spoils you along the journey, with the vehicle using an entire deck of cards to win the comfort game.
The interior treats you in a way that gives you a good mood from the very beginning. The A7 comes with a modern design that generates attraction on the spot.
While the BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe offers an interior that seems to scream "I'm cool!", the Audi A7 Sportback has a more relaxed approach.
If you look at the A7 Sportback as a five-door coupe, you'll be pleased by the interior space. The front seat occupants are treated with plenty of room in all areas. If you want to seat in the back, you will have to watch your head during ingress, but once you're inside you won't have too many problems, as the space is decent.
The visibility is also better than what we expected judging the car from the outside, with this beginning some bonus points for the current chapter.
Another thing that impresses is the attention to detail. As always we'll start with the driver. There's one particular aspect that drew our attention as we were searching for the right driving position. The steering wheel column deserves an award for the extent to which it can be adjusted on both axles.
As for the rear passengers, these also receive special attention, in the form of an optional sun shade for the rear window. Unfortunately, this uses manual operation.
Audi engineers have probably lost quite a high number of nights working on reducing the noise, vibration and harshness level in the A7. Apart from the rear window, all the others can use heat/sound insulating glass.
The A7 also provides a vibration-free experience, thanks to the hydraulic dampers. These are spread throughout the vehicle, from the subframes and axles to the engine bearings. The combined effect of the aforementioned elements brings a refined ride.Continue reading