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Facelifted 2015 Audi A7 Sportback's UK Prices Revealed


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Boasting styling revisions and enhanced EU6-compliant engines, the revised 2015 Audi A7, S7 and RS7 will go on sale in the UK with prices ranging from £45,875 to £84,480 OTR.

Audi Celebrates 25 Years of TDI with 322HP A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI Competition


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Audi has released an anniversary model for the recently facelifted A7 Sportback to celebrate 25 years of its TDI technology. With 322hp (326PS) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) of torque, the Audi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI Competition brings more power and exclusive equipment.

Revised Audi A7 Spawns New RS7 Sportback


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Audi’s hardly noticeable A7 facelift (that took inspiration for the shape of its daytime running lights from Volvo’s latest concepts…) has now hit the RS7. Featuring the same new headlights and raft of updates, the performance spearhead of the A7 range banks on subtlety mixed with 556hp to make a case for itself.

Audi Freshens Up the A7 Sportback with Sleek Lights, Upgraded Engines [w/Video]


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Audi has operated the first facelift on the A7 Sportback, with the large five-door liftback getting a fresh look and updated technology. The most striking exterior changes involve the reshaped singleframe grille, new LED headlights and taillights, redesigned bumpers and tailpipes.

U Spy: Facelifted 2015 Audi A7 Sportback Filmed Undisguised


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Revised tail lamp fixtures with a Lamborghini-like displayCheck; new rear bumper with the exhausts neatly tucked away behind faux chrome tips…Check; a free standing tablet-like infotainment screen on top of the center console…Check; slimmer and sharper looking headlights on either side of the reworked grille…Check.

Audi Milks the Cash Cow with New $146,045 RS7 Dynamic Edition, Debuts in NY


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A bog standard Audi RS7 Sportback with a 552hp (560PS) twin-turbo V8 will cost you $104,900, plus $895 for destination and delivery (D&H) fees. For the new "exclusive" RS7 Dynamic Edition with the same 552hp 4.0-liter unit that debuts this week at the New York Auto Show, Audi commands no less than $146,045, again without D&H. So what gives?

Audi Driver Punches Cyclist After Being Cussed at for Being on Bike Lane [NSFW]


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Of all the rude and uncalled for actions that we’ve had the displeasure of seeing unfold in the UK, this one takes the cake. So there’s a group of cyclists from London just pedaling away, minding their own business, when a white Audi A7 barges into their dedicated lane and gets told off by one of them – he speeds away but is caught up with at the next set of lights.

Scoop: 2015 Audi A7 Sportback Goes Under the Knife


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This is the revised Audi A7 Sportback undergoing winter tests in Europe. Likely to wear a 2015MY moniker, the sleek looking executive model from Ingolstadt will gain some modest cosmetic tweaks along with updated features and engines.

More Driverless Tech from CES 2014 with Audi A7 and Navia


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Audi brought out a self-driving A7 to this year’s edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and they didn’t do so in vain and even offered journalists rides in it.

Audi's A7 Sportback TDI Diesel Tested by CNET


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Growing up around lots of diesel cars of all shapes and sizes, the American aversion to the fuel still puzzles me; I mean the diesel is oftentimes the more sensible engine choice for many cars, and there really is no reason not to buy something like the new Audi A7 TDI, if you’re not necessarily looking for sporty thrills and just want the looks, the cruising ability and the well-finished cabin.

Spied: Audi Preparing to Freshen Up the A7 Sportback


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Our spy photographers have just grabbed a few shots of Audi's elegant rival to the BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe and Mercedes-Benz CLS, the A7 Sportback, with half of its body clad in camouflage, which means only one thing: there's a facelift brewing.

Darth Vader, Your Wald Audi A7 Sportback has Arrived


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While it does do other colors, there's no question that Japan's Wald International has a special affair with black-shaded tunes, and the tuning outfit's most recent arrival, the Audi A7 Sportback Sports Line, only enhances that notion.

Drive Finds It's Rather Difficult to go Flat-Out with Audi RS7 on the Autobahn


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Germany is the envy of pretty much every other country in the world for its extraordinarily efficient road network whose symbol is the famous Autobahn. The unrestricted highway segments draw car enthusiasts from all over the globe who want to experience what it’s like to drive a car flat out on a public road in perfectly legal conditions.

Holy Sh*t! Moment for Motorcyclist when Audi Takes a Turn Like a Boat


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The unexpected is one of the greatest fears among motorcyclists and a major cause of accidents, especially when one doesn't keep his or her cool behind the handle bars.

This incident could have gone so wrong in so many ways that it's actually a miracle that no one appears to be hurt (we don't see what happened behind the bike). The rider was cruising along at what looks to be normal speed on his lane on a mountain road when all of a sudden, a speeding Audi comes out of the corner and enters the opposite lane!

Wald's Vision of What a Darker Audi A7 Sportback Should Look Like


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If you're not feeling Audi's "S" trim line and optional accessories and are seeking a more customized and less "I see that around every corner" kind of look for your A7 Sportback, perhaps you should take Wald International's upcoming tune under consideration.

Hydrogen-Powered Audi A7 Could Begin Trials and Testing in August


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Hydrogen fuel cells have always presented an interesting alternative to conventional battery-powered EVs. They offer the advantage of having an on-board power station that mixes stored hydrogen with oxygen from the air, creating water and a small electric charge that is captured and used directly to propel the vehicle. Nothing harmful is emitted, aside from water vapor.

Now, according to British magazine Autocar, Audi will begin trials this August for a fuel-cell-powered A7, though, it is not the first manufacturer to have done so.

Audi Adds Extra Shifts to Meet Demand for its A6 and A7 Models


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While most carmakers in Europe complain of overcapacity and are forced to close plants, Audi announced that it has added 12 extra shifts at its factory in Neckarsulm, Germany. This happened in the first quarter of this year, due to strong demand for its A6 and A7 models. The VW-owned premium carmaker said it is planning additional shifts in April to meet demand for its large models.

New Audi RS7 Sportback Envisioned as a Ferocious Group B Rally Car


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The spanking new Audi RS7 Sportback is one of our favorite cars from the ongoing Detroit Auto Show.

With a sleek-looking body and a masculine 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 pumping out more than 550-horses to all four wheels, what's not to like? Well, you could say its price tag, which will certainly be more than the $78,800 Audi commands for the 420hp S7 Sportback, but that's another story.

NAIAS 2013: New Audi RS7 Sportback is a Stylish but Powerful Beast [Updated]


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While the U.S. won't be getting the new RS6 Avant, its brutally powerful 552hp (560PS) twin-turbocharged V8 engine will make it on this side of the Atlantic, as Audi has just unwrapped the new RS7 Sportback at the Detroit Motor Show.

The 4.0-liter unit also makes 516 lb-ft (700Nm) available constantly between 1,750 and 5,500 rpm and is connected to a standard eight-speed tiptronic and the brand's quattro permanent all-wheel drive.

Audi’s Q3 Small SUV and A7 Sportback Reportedly Get RS Variants Next Year


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Having already announced record sales and surpassing 2011’s results one month before the end of the year, Audi is gearing up for 2013. Sports car fans will be more than pleased to learn that the VW Group premium carmaker will reportedly launch not one, but two RS models next year/

Quattro GmbH is Audi’s performance division responsible for S and RS models. During the press launch of the RS5 Cabriolet last week, CAR magazine test editor Ben Pulman noticed an image proclaiming 2013 was going to be “The year of Quattro GmbH” that would launch “four new RS models”.