The 2015 Audi A7 Sportback and S7 Sportback have been officially unveiled as the duo will go on sale this summer.
Audi has updated the A7 and S7 Sportback for the 2015 model year with a facelift where the tweaked single frame grille has been added, along with the new bumper and the Matrix LED headlights, which are now available as an option, with the dynamic turn signals. In the rear, we can notice the updated exhaust pipes and the new bumper. The cabin of the model is adding new materials like the Valcona leather, the aluminum / Beaufort walnut inlane, the five hues for the seats and some other minor tweaks.
The MMI Navigation plus has been updated with the MMI touch which is now getting the Nvidia graphics processor and LTE Internet connectivity. Other goodies available also include the stop and go function, the adaptive cruise control, the night vision, the side assist, the active lane assist and the company’s pre sense safety system.
The 2015 Audi A7 Sportback can be ordered with the 3.0 liter TDI V6 Clean Diesel, producing either 272 HP (200 kW) or 218 HP (160 kW), in the more frugal version. This is where it returns 4.7L / 100km (60 mpg UK / 50 mpg US) and it’s emitting 122 g/km of CO2. A more powerful 3.0 TDI bi-turbo is also available, with 320 HP (235 kW), connected to an 8-speed tiptronic. The rest of the engines are mated with a 7-speed S tronic transmission. The 2015 Audi S7 Sportback has a 4.0 TFSI under its hood, with 450 HP (331 kW). Prices for the A7 start at 51,300 EUR and for the S7 at 82,300 EUR in Germany.
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