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June 23, 2024

Audi launches RS 7 Sportback in India at ₹1.94 crore

The German luxury car manufacturer Audi announced the launch of the all-new Audi RS 7 Sportback in India today.
The car is now available as a wide-bodied five-seater and showcases improved performance. It also comes with an enhanced efficiency delivered by a mild hybrid system.

The classy Sportback is priced at ₹1.94 crore and the deliveries commence from August 2020.
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It comes with five seats for the first time and has a large 535-litre boot. It can hit 100kph in 3.6 seconds!

It is equipped with a V8 twin-turbo: 4.0L TFSI petrol heart that produces 600 hp and 800 Nm of torque. At the same time, a 48V mild-hybrid system and cylinder on demand (COD) technology allow the best efficiency.

The RS adaptive air suspension is standard, while Audi’s legendary Quattro system is always at hand to provide traction in all conditions.
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The iconic Sportback shape is embellished with sharply defined lines, flared wheel arches and has a low stance to give it an aggressive race car look. The single frame grille is flat and features a three-dimensional honeycomb mesh.

The rear strip of lights looks striking and the light automatically extends from the tail-gate when the car moves beyond 100 km/h.

The interior combines taut, sinewy surfaces with clearly defined contours. The Audi virtual cockpit provides details of tyre pressure, torque, performance, oil temperature, boost pressure, lap times and acceleration.
The car can be viewed using augmented reality, which is available on Audi’s website. You could also scan the QR code to experience the newly launched car.

“With the Audi RS 7 Sportback, our customers can experience the most dynamic side of Audi. As a brand, we are focused on bringing exciting products for our customers and I am happy to share that the all-new Audi RS 7 Sportback isn’t the only RS model scheduled for 2020,” Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India said in a press statement.
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