With a turbocharged 560-hp TFSI® engine, quattro® all-wheel drive and incomparable luxury amenities, the RS 7 delivers colossal performance that strikes fear in the heart of sports cars everywhere.
The RS 7 carves out corners with our legendary quattro® all-wheel drive system. By sending power to the wheels with the most grip, quattro® helps improve handling performance on nearly any road. The available torque-vectoring sport differential further enhances cornering performance, so you can keep a firm handle on whatever the road throws at you.
There’s no finer example of our engineering prowess than the engine found in the RS 7. With a TFSI® V-8 engine that pumps out an incredible 560-hp, the RS 7 always puts power undeniably in your favor.
Bright ideas are everywhere. Take for instance, our iconic LED daytime running lights and LED headlights. Their purpose was to help make you more visible to other drivers, while also providing unparalleled visibility at night. But we also designed them to be incredibly stylish. It’s another great example of how brilliant design can make a bright idea even brighter.
The heads-up display displays a readout of the car’s speed, navigation and assistance systems directly onto the windshield, helping you keep your eyes on the road.
The available corner view camera helps when parking or when pulling out into traffic by providing additional vantage points from the cars front or rear corners.
The available Audi side assist system can help alert you when a vehicle is in your blind spot. It’s how we’ve got your back, and your sides too.
This available feature maintains a preset distance to the vehicle in front, and can read traffic conditions to help stop or accelerate your Audi as needed. It’s the perfect example of how you can relax and still be in control.
Using a front-mounted camera, this available feature can detect lane markings and can assist the driver by helping steer the vehicle back into its lane.
Using an infrared camera and thermal-imaging technology, this available feature helps you see further down the road in low-light situations, and can even alert you to pedestrians within 300 feet. Technology has finally seen the light of day.