Audi A7 Sportback was launched in Malaysia image

The German based automaker Audi has decided to expand the market and gain new customers by launching its A7 Sportback in Malaysia, after presenting the A6 to the same country just last month.

According to the German car manufacturer, the A7 Sportback will be available in Malaysia with the 3.0 liter TFSI engine which is developing a total output of 300 horsepower and has a peak torque of 440 Nm, mated to the seven-speed S-Tronic twin-clutch transmission which is sending power to all the wheels.

Audi says that the Malaysian A7 Sportback will come in standard with eight airbags, ABS, ESP, anti-glare mirrors including heated wing mirrors, electric adjustable front seats including adjustable lumbar, xenon headlamps, 6-CD changer system with two SDHC card readers, Auto Drive Select with Auto / Comfort / Dynamic / Efficiency modes, power assist closing doors, cruise control, 7-inch driver info system in the instrumentation panel, 6.5 inch MMI display and Bluetooth handsfree.

The Audi A7 Sportback can already be ordered in Malaysia with its starting price being set at RM 599.000 without insurance, which is actually more than 85.000 than the A6. Audi is also offering a small list of optional features, like the pearl paint which costs 5.000 RM, the LED headlamps (8.500 RM), heads-up display (6.500 RM), a high-end advanced sound system (28.000 RM) or the S-Line package for sportier appearance (30.000 RM).