2013 Audi S7 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine

November 6th, 2012 | Category: Audi | 1370 Views

2013 Audi S7 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the 2013 Audi S7. 2013 Audi S7 is one brand new car from Audi that was released in 2013. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2013 Audi S7.

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The Audi S7 Sportback uses the same engine as the S6 and S6 Avant, the new 4.0 TFSI with 309 kW (420 hp) and 550 Nm (405.66 lb-ft) of torque. The twin turbo V8 accelerates the five door coupe from 0 to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 4.9 seconds, and top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155.34 mph). The cultivated eight cylinder, which uses Audi’s “cylinder on demand” technology under part load, consumes on average just 9.7 liters of fuel per 100 km (24.25 US mpg).

Much of this groundbreaking efficiency can be attributed to the lightweight body. A hybrid aluminum construction, it weighs roughly 15 percent less than a comparable all steel body. Lightweight components include the long rear hatch that opens and closes electrically as standard. Beneath it is a luggage compartment with a volume of 535 liters (18.89 cu ft), which increases to 1,390 liters (49.09 cu ft) with the rear seat backs folded down.

Audi’s presence at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show will be brought to you by the letter S: The German automaker is rolling out its high performance S6 sedan and Avant, S8 flagship, and this beautiful S7 hatchback. (Plus its Urban Concept and Urban Concept Spyder, but when we’ve got this much turbocharged horsepower staring us in the face, electric city cars tend to fade into the background.) What the S models lack in exterior flair over their conventional siblings, they make up for with forced induction V-8s.

A seven speed S tronic dual clutch automatic will be the only transmission available in the S7, with the standard Quattro all wheel drive system feeding power to the ground. The optional torque vectoring rear differential will further aid performance. Audi estimates the S7 will reach 62 mph in just 4.9 seconds, which we’ll call very conservative, considering we scooted to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds in the regular 310 hp A7. Top speed is limited to 155 mph.

As reaction settles down to news that Audi has scooped up Italian bikemaker Ducati right from under the nose of Mercedes Benz for a cool billion, we can now get back to the four wheeled performance Audi does best. And there are few better ways I can think of doing that than throwing body and mind into a fully optioned new Audi S7 and hitting the sunny German countryside.

At least for this scribe driver, Audi does a much finer job on its S models than it attempts to do on the RS versions. Not that the RS lineup is a bad thing, but its various members often strike me as just souped up S models not the true RennSport icons they ought to be. I want mayhem and magic in an RS and never really get it. What I probably really want is rear wheel drive and about 400 fewer pounds to lug around, but knowing Audi’s modern day raison d’être, that’ll never be allowed to happen.

Somewhere between sedans and crossovers, there’s a burgeoning new class of vehicle that has hatchback versatility and four doors, yet also borrows some of the design intrigue and excitement of a sports car. And the 2013 Audi A7 and S7 are perhaps the most distinctive of these models on the market and arguably the sexiest of this new bunch. Only from the front, the A7 looks much like the A6, with which it shares its mechanical layout, its instrument panel, and most of its feature set. But walk around the A7 and what you get instead of a trunklid is a long hatch, opening up to a long and wide, yet shallow cargo floor under the graceful, curved roofline. It’s much like that of a grand touring sports car, only more practical.

2013 Audi S7 Price :
Pricing for the new 2013 Audi S7 has been set at $70,000 – $78,800 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2013 Audi S7 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

Prices weren’t announced, but figure the S6 will start a bit over $70,000 while the S7 will take off just under $80,000.

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2013 Audi S7 Interior :
The design of the Audi S7 Sportback is seamless. The long engine hood, the long wheelbase and the short overhangs create perfect proportions. The low, dynamically tensioned roof line gives the five door model the character of a coupe. At highway speeds, a rear spoiler extends from the rear hatch to improve stability. Subtle yet eye catching details signal the top position in the model series occupied by the 4,980 millimeter (16.34 ft) Audi S7 Sportback. These can be found at the single frame grille, the front bumper, the side mirrors, the sills, the rear bumper, the diffuser and the tailpipes. Nine exterior colors are available, including the exclusive shades Estoril Blue, crystal effect and Prism Silver, crystal effect. The body is decorated with S and V8 T badges.

The 2013 Audi S7 is a midsize four door hatchback that comes in a single Prestige trim level. Standard features include 19 inch wheels, adaptive xenon headlights, adaptive air suspension, power sunroof, power hatchback, keyless ignition/entry, heated auto dimming sideview mirrors, park assist with rearview camera, garage door opener, Audi Drive Select, diamond stitched leather upholstery, real ash wood accents, 12 way power heated front sport seats, driver memory settings, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, four zone automatic climate control, a navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, Audi Connect Internet integration (with 6 months subscription) and a Bose audio system with CD/DVD player, HD radio and USB/iPod interface.

Design wise, the 2013 Audi A7 and S7 really stand out. Looking at these models’ distinctive silhouette, there’s been nothing quite like them in recent automotive history and that’s even including models that some would call rivals or alternatives, like the Mercedes-Benz CLS or Porsche Panamera. Altogether, the A7’s mix of flowing, smooth sheetmetal and chiseled details give it a somewhat more aggressive look than most of Audi’s main line sedans, yet compared to those other fastbacks or fastback sedans, it’s much more graceful.

The A7 doesn’t make waves inside the way it does on the outside, but it does show the best of Audi interior design, which includes some of the best coordinated materials and trims on the luxury car market. With a look that’s essentially borrowed from the A8 flagship sedan though slimmed down a bit and sitting low to fit the A7’s more rakish look and feel. The smoothly styled, straight across instrument panel helps maximize interior space, while matte metallic finishes and two tone soft touch surfaces, along with some woodgrains and flowing door and dash contours, altogether make this interior feel special.

Standard equipment on the S7 includes a sport differential, bi xenon adaptive headlights, LED daytime running lights, leather upholstery, heated front seats, dual zone climate control, Advanced Key passive entry/start, satellite radio, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, an Audi Music Interface with iPod integration and a voice activated navigation system with integrated rear camera parking assist. Additional standard equipment exclusive to the S7 includes a sport tuned suspension, 19 inch alloy wheels with performance tires, alu optic exterior mirrors, sport seats and aluminum interior trim elements.

2013 Audi S7 Exterior :
Succinctly put as possible, the S7 and I had a good ol’ time for our three-hour blind date. The 20 inch Dunlop SPSport Maxx GT treads (265/35 R20 99Y) wrapped around 20 inch Star design wheels made a big difference in road feel through the dynamic transitions during the spirited drive. Between the adaptive air suspension (tweaked via the Audi Drive Select interface on the MMI screen), optional ceramic brake discs, optional Dynamic Steering, and (yep) Euro optional Sport Quattro with locking rear differential and torque vectoring, the drive system felt in sync under all conditions and levels of stress. It sure as heck had better do so, what with a presumed $90,000+ price tag at this equipment level.

Delivery of the Audi S7 Sportback is scheduled to begin in spring 2012. Among the standard equipment highlights are the xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running lights, the driver information system with color display and the versatile MMI radio plus audio and operating system. Both information hubs are easy to operate. As to the telltale large liftgate of the S7, it is a paragon of virtue whenever it comes to loading up with gear. Cargo volume ranges from 18.9 cubic feet up to a big 49.1 cubes and accessibility is easy. At the same time, standard Audi Noise Control operates through the sound system, and the active engine mounts introduced with the new S8 work together to compensate for any minor roughness caused when the Cylinder On Demand technology transitions in and out of V4 mode.

To the point, the A7 is more of a full size sport sedan than a sports car, but it’s well mannered, engaging, and very fun to drive. Power for the A7 comes from a 3.0 TFSI V-6, a direct injected, supercharged V-6 making 310 horsepower, delivered smoothly through an eight speed automatic. Meanwhile, the S7 steps up the game with a new turbocharged V-8 making 420 hp and capable of getting to 60 mph in 4.6 seconds. It instead has a seven speed S tronic gearbox. Both models have Audi’s latest rear biased version of Quattro all wheel drive, and in either case gas mileage is pretty good, at 18/28 mpg for the A7 and 17/27 mpg for the S7.

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2013 Audi S7 Engine :
The quattro all wheel drive S7 is equipped with a 420 hp 4.0 liter twin turbo V8 TFSI engine with direct fuel injection and Audis new cylinder on demand technology that deactivates four cylinders when under partial load. This powerful engine is paired with a seven speed S tronic automatic transmission with Tiptronic manual mode and steering wheel paddle shifters.

In following trends that hold true nearly across the entire auto industry, the A7 gets an engine that’s probably smaller than what might have been installed in it a few years ago, yet it’s very strong and responsive. The supercharged V-6, dubbed TFSI 3.0, makes 310 horsepower and 325 pound feet of torque and can get the A7 to 60 mph in just 5.4 seconds. et at 18 mpg city, 28 highway, it arguably has V-6 fuel efficiency.

Fortunately, this svelte cruiser from Neckarsulm fulfills the promise of that little red ring. The 414 horses maxing between 5,500 rpm and the 6,400 rpm redline are accompanied by a good kick of 406 pound feet of bi turbo torque between 1,450 and 5,250 rpm. This 4.0 liter TFSI version of Audi’s EA824 V8 has been modified with Cylinder on Demand technology (also seen in the previously tested S8, new S6, and Bentley Continental GT and GTC V8), and it officially totes the 4,450 pound S7 to 62 mph in 4.7 seconds. Top speed is held to the usual 155 mph. To appeal to those more focused enthusiasts, there’s the S7, which gets a 420 hp twin turbo V-8, combined with a seven speed S tronic transmission and steering wheel paddle shifters. It’s capable of getting to 60 mph in less than 4.9 seconds, and it includes the adaptive air suspension, with sport tuning, special wheels, and upgraded brakes.
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