Java Green Audi A7 Has The Looks To Turn Everyone’s Head

If we’re being honest, we’re used to seeing Java Green Metallic mostly on BMWs, specifically M-powered models and even Alpina-tuned ones.

Yet, the owner of this brand new Audi A7 Sportback thought his ride was stylish and aggressive-looking enough to handle such a bright shade of green – and it’s hard to disagree, even though this is merely a diesel-powered model and not an RS7.

While the exterior is about as flashy as it gets in Audi circles, it’s actually the Audi Exclusive interior that impressed us most. Not only does the light brown leather blend in really well with the Alcantara finish on the door panels, headliner and pillars, but it also works with the wood inserts. The best part though is the neon green contrast stitching found throughout the cabin (upper dashboard, steering wheel, door panels, seats etc), bringing everything together in terms of matching up with the body color.

Also read: Glacier White Metallic Audi A7 Sportback Poses At The Forum

We realize that beauty is always in the eye of the beholder and that different people tend to like different things, but if you’re into vibrant colors and you like what Audi have done with their latest A7 Sportback, then you probably wouldn’t mind having something like this parked in your driveway – unless of course, you’re not a fan of diesel engines.

This A7 50 TDI quattro model is powered by a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V6 producing 282 HP (286 PS) and 457 lb-ft (620 Nm) of torque for a 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in 5.7 seconds.

Opting instead for a 55 TFSI version will get you a gasoline-powered V6 with 335 HP (340 PS) and 369 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque, cutting your 0-62 to 5.3 seconds.

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  • Matteo Tommasi

    What an ugly rear end

    • vanquishvantage

      Agreed it looks pretty odd from some angles and a bit ungainly. Reminds me of the 6 series gt the more I see it. The front views aren’t as bad

  • Dredd2

    the prev a7 was absolutely better. this one…that grill is simple “toomuch” on the front (maybe the next ver of it the entire front will be a big “singleframe”) , those wheels are ugly too, sad.
    the color is nice but not too elegant, its better for little dumb cars

  • Danny Boy

    Yeah….Audi, you f’ed up what was once the car that all other manufacturers wished that their cars were. This new A7 looks generic. The only thing about the exterior that i like is the rear tail lights, and thats due to their futuristic look. Other than that, its really a basic looking car.
    Now where you did excel is this interior!
    Just the craftsmanship and attention to detail is just exemplary. Even in this weird color of green, look at how they’ve incorporated that same green stiching and piping EVERYWHERE! And where they could’ve been lazy and put black seat belts, they went all out by matching peanut butter belt to match seating and wood inlets. No one does it better, not even Benz!

  • blunt-o

    an a3 will do. Nobody needs a big piece of waste of energy and ressources

    • TheBelltower

      Huh?

  • El RRRaton

    Looks very good.

  • Aelwyn

    That green piping and stitching on the interior? No, Audi. Just… no.

  • Merc1

    Exterior is terrible, interior is okay color wise, but the quality is amazing.

    M

  • larry nelson

    Anybody who has ever driven the A7, 3.0 TDI knows what a truly awesome vehicle it is. 37.5 mpg at 82 mph., 625 to 640 miles per tank. Enough hp & torque to satisfy any driving requirement, and the vehicle is an absolute design award winner. I get comments on it all the time

    Mine is a 2014, 3.0 TDI (not neutered), Quattro, Moonlight Blue Metallic w/dark brown leather. Not even remotely interested in “trading up” for a gas powered version (“S”, “RS” or “R”).

    Interesting that Ford Fusion, Lincoln, Kia Optima, Chevy Malibu, Honda, Acura and numerousothers have “stolen” the design for their popular sedan models. They are all “also rans”.

    And Audi quality – industry leading….!

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