The original A7 has not changed much since its debut in 2012, except for a few facelifts here and there. Today, that changes. The 2019 Audi A7 has been completely redesigned with Audi’s new enterprise fascia, with an A8.
Although the silhouette of A7 2019 has not changed much, a lot of extinguishing style elements of the new Audi from its predecessor including the entire length of LED taillights, a wider trapezoidal grille, headlights Thinner LEDs and larger openings in the lower fascia front of the S Line variant. The overall exterior styling of the 2019 A7 follows the Audi, which introduced the latest Audi design language earlier this year. The alloy wheels are available up to 21 inches in diameter while, at least in Europe, LED headlights are available in three variants, including the matrix of Audi LED units with laser technology.
Inside, the 2019 Audi A7 features an interior layout similar to that of the larger A8 sedan with two large touch screens at the center of the 10.1-inch upper instrument panel and the lower 8.6-inch inches. A difference in the interior of the A7 is the three-spoke steering wheel instead of the super-techy dual-spoke wheel research of the A8 motorway. Audi’s virtual slick cockpit system, colocs analog gauges replaces traditional with a configurable 12.3-inch multi-information display, is also available. To improve comfort, Audi has added new adjustable front seats to a 2019 A7 with heating, ventilation and massage functions. With two separate rear-salon options, the 2019 A7 is available in four and five seats.
At launch, the second-generation 2019 Audi A7 will be powered by Audi’s famous 3.0-liter, 3.0-liter V6 turbocharged engine. Replacing the current eight-speed automatic transmission is a new seven-speed automatic dual clutch. Audi claims the sedan from zero to 62 mph in 5.3 seconds; the top speed is governed at 155 mph.
The powertrain also incorporates a combination of alternator and starter capable of recovering up to 12 kW of power, which it sends to the car’s 48-volt lithium-ion battery. Other fuel economy features include an updated automatic stop / start system that can use power from the A7’s standard front camera to restart the motor when traffic starts moving again (unlike current that start the brake pedal, although it does too). A freewheel mode temporarily stops the engine during a competition at speeds between 34 mph and 100 mph.
The all-new Audi A7 will go on sale in February in Germany and will reach North American showrooms by the end of 2018. Audi is not ready to talk in the United States. price for the moment, but the new version should not be very far from the starting point of $ 70,675 of the current model.