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2016 Audi RS7 in Verdant Green Looks like a Bentley

We don't know if the color on the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept coupe was Verdant Green, but it sure looked like it. Dark metallic green is like a trademark for all British luxury vehicles. We don't know if it's a cliche or not, but on some models, such as the Mulsanne, it looks undeniably good.
2016 Audi RS7 in Verdant Green Looks Like a Bentley 25 photos
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However, this car that's been painted in Verdant Green is not a Bentley, and it doesn't come with some sort of oversized V8 engine that's measured in quarters of a liter. In fact, it's not even built in Britain, although the Flying B owes a great deal to its 4.0 TFSI engine.

You guessed it; this is an RS7, the four-door coupe that could have been as sexy as the CLS but decided not to.

Weirdly enough, this isn't even the first Verdant Green RS7, as there was another one back in 2013 at the Audi Forum in Ingolstadt. But this isn't the same car since it's got the latest headlight design. The German model had been personalized for Audi president Rupert Stadler. However, this particular bad boy resides in the showroom of Audi Naples in Florida.

How do you customize the interior of a Bentley-like Audi RS7? Simple. You use Havana Brown Leather and Black Nappa leather complete with contrast honeycomb stitching. They even coated the sides of the doors in the stuff while leaving the steering wheel black.

We've never been fans of brown interiors on performance cars, but maybe we can forgive this one because of the paint and the connection between the engine and Bentley. Considering nobody has yet to take delivery of an RS7 performance, we presume this bad boy has 560 horsepower. That might not sound like a lot in this day of LaFerraris, but it still makes this Audi faster than Walter Owen Bentley's dreams.

While looking around, we've managed to find Verdant Green versions of the A6 and S3, plus an A8L W12 quattro, from Russia of all places.

 
 
 
 
 

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