A great combination of style and agility.
At the front, the A7 was designed with a large single-frame grille that looked like the one on the A8. The design gets more interesting when looked from the side, with the swept-back roofline that brought the A7 into the coupes world.
The large coupe had nearly 5 meters in length and was rather low as well. To complete the sporty design, the A7 had a retractable rear spoiler that would flip out at cruising speeds.
Extremely versatile, the trunk size of the A7 was at 535 Liters and the backrests could be folded to extend it if necessary.
While the coupe design was impressive, it had to come with a compromise: the headroom available for the passengers in the rear seats was limited.
With the B pillar placed pretty far from the front seat line, the access inside was a bit uneasy. But once inside, everything became classy and comfortable.
High quality materials were used throughout the cabin, with intuitive, easy to use controls.
One of the most appreciated engines mounted on the A7 was the 3.6-liter V6 that developed 245 hp. The A7 reached 100 km/h in around 5.5 seconds.
The standard equipment included 2-zone climate control, a start stop system to reduce fuel consumption, a parking system with a reverse camera and the Audi’s multimedia interface.
Optionally, users could choose a head-up display and ventilated seats.