Audi A7

Audi A7

  The A7 is a four door coupe that comes with a 3-litre diesel engine and in all wheel drive. It comes with a 7-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox and is the first car of its kind from Audi in India. It competes with the Mercedes CLS.

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Audi A7

After about four years of production, the Audi A7 is about to receive its first revision. This news is no surprise, considering that in the past few months Aud has revised nearly its entire lineup. Our spy photographers manged to spy the new A7 out doing some test runs in the cold of Sweden.

As you can see in these spy shots this A7 prototype wears lots of camouflage, but we basically know what to expect from Audi. We expect to see the same treatment that we saw applied to the recently launched A8 , including the new Matrix LED headlights, a modified front and rear bumper, and new graphics on the LED taillights.

Under the hood, the A7 will get more powerful and efficient engines combined with new assistance systems that will make the revised A7 even more attractive.

Expect to see the revised Audi A7 revealed by the end of the year, with sales to begin right in time for the 2015 model year.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Audi A7.

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With the Audi official reveal of the revised A8 in the books, the next Audi model on the "to-revise" the list is the A7 . So our spy photographers went out on a mission to catch one, and they accompli9shed said task today, and as you can see, only some minor parts of the car will be updated.

Just like on the revised A8, we expect the new A7 to be offered with more powerful and efficient engines, new assistance systems and likely a new set of Matrix LED headlights — the sexiest part of the new A8.

Unfortunately, our photographers couldn’t confirm the inclusion of these new lights, as they never got the chance to see the car from the front. Other front-end changes we expect include a revised Singleframe grille and bumper. Around back, we expect to see new taillight graphics and and some new LED lights, while the new bumper will get integrated exhaust tips.

As for the engine lineup, we expect both the gasoline and the diesel engines to receive a handful of updates that help them deliver more power and use less fuel.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Audi A7.

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A luxury limousine needs no explanation. For many buyers, is the only type of car on the market they will consider. Transporting themselves, family members and business colleagues in comfort and luxury is the name of the game.

It is much more than comfort for these affluent clients, or we would see American businessmen lapping up the Chevy Impala or Toyota Avalon like they do stock options in a venture capital-backed, start-up company.

No, for these buyers - it is either a professionally-driven car service or it must be the something extremely luxurious and "on brand." In other words, something these fancy folks think matches their lifestyle, clothing, accessories, vacation spots and what-have-you.

The luxury sedans on this list start at about $65,000 and go way up from there. These limos need to be huge in the back seat, ruling out the BMW 5 Series , Mercedes E-Class and Audi A6 from contention.

So, let’s talk big. A back seat so roomy that you can read the full newspaper and cross your legs. For that, it will take the size of the Audi A7 at minimum, and up to the Rolls-Royce Ghost LWB at maximum.

Click Pass the jump for the full list of the Top-Ten Luxury Sedans.

The Audi S7 Sportback is a car that holds up when compared to a car like the Mercedes CLS-Class . But once AMG gets into the picture and releases the CLS AMG , there’s no way that the S7 Sportback can compete with it.

That’s where ABT Sportsline comes into the picture.

The German tuner has just released a new performance program for the luxury Audi sedan, an upgrade that will give it enough added power to give Mercedes’ CLS AMG line a serious run for its money. The upgrade, which has been christened the "AS7" takes the S7 Sportsback’s 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged TFSI V8 engine and increases its output from the standard 420 horsepower and 406 lb/ft of torque figures all the way up to 520 horsepower and 442 lb/ft of torque. This allows it a new top speed of 183 mph, up from the standard 155 mph top speed of the stock model. Do the math and that equates to a 100-horsepower and 36 lb/ft of torque increase from the standard S7 Sportback and an improvement of 28 mph.

In addition to the engine modifications, ABT Sportsline also fitted the S7 Sportback with a new set of either 20" or 21"CR or CD alloy wheels to go with new suspension springs, an optional lowering module, and the ABT Level Control air suspension setting.

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