There are so many changes on this car that we don't know where to begin. From the front, we see the massive air intakes of the real RS7's bumper and a new chin spoiler.
We believe the widebody kit is made by an obscure company called X-UK. The only photos on the web are either from GTA5 or the ones we found on Stance Works and are sharing down below.
This is pretty wild stuff. Not only do the fender flares have to be bolted into the winds, but there are several problems, as they almost touch the door handles and cover up part of the gas filler flap.
The rear also features a fixed ducktail spoiler in the same style as the Japanese Rocket Bunny kits. The exhaust has been changed to match the style of the RS7 and there is a diffuser as well.
We haven't been able to find out how much power this thing makes, but it's probably a lot. The current most powerful version of the A7 with a TDI is the 3.0 TDI competition that draws 326 PS and 650 Nm using twin-turbochargers. But we think this A7 didn't start out like that, as it has pre-facelift details. In the early days, the strongest unit had 313 hp from the same setup, which is not a bad way to start a tuning project
What can we say, if you want to give people cancer, this is an awesome car to do it in.