The 2014 Audi RS7 comes in a single trim level well equipped, mimicking the top level adjustment A7 Prestige line. Unlike the A7 sedan, which comes in a five-passenger configuration, the 2014 Audi RS7 has two individual rear seats, which means a strict seating for four passengers. The 2014 Audi RS7, standard features include 20-inch wheels, full LED exterior lighting, adaptive air suspension, a sport differential, a sunroof, power hatchback, keyless ignition/entry, auto-dimming heated, foldaway mirrors, sensors front and rear parking, a rear -end collision warning system and a monitoring system for blind spot.
Inside 2014 Audi RS7, you will find the LED ambient lighting, leather upholstery, heated eight seating positions electric sports front, a power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, memory configuration controller, four-zone automatic climate control, Audi Drive Select (providing the driver’s control of web calibrations handling, suspension, engine, transmission and exhaust) Audi MMI controller mounted on the electronic console, 8-inch screen, rearview camera, voice control, navigation system, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, Audi Connect (enhanced based navigation, information and WiFi access) and a 14-speaker Bose audio system with a CD player, iPod interface, satellite and HD Radio, and.
There are, of course, several aluminum and carbon fiber RS- specific trims inside and out, including the grille, bumpers, diffuser and an electric, adaptive rear wing, the sills and splitter. Options for the 2014 Audi RS7 include a series of packets. The Driver Assistance package adds adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning/maintenance to help, parking camera system and the system corner view of a frontal collision mitigation Audi Pre -Sense Plus. The package innovation requires the driver assistance package and then takes on a head- up display and night vision assist.
The Comfort Seating package offers Multicontour ventilated front seats and massage functions, memory configuration and rear seat passenger comfort. The Cold Weather Package adds heated rear seats and a heated steering wheel. Finally, there are several packages that alter the optical finish and appearance of your mirrors, grille, lower air intakes, a rear diffuser, window surrounds and dash “Quattro”. Featured Individual options include 21-inch wheels, brake calipers painted red, sports exhaust, self-closing doors, energy headlining faux suede, rear side air bags and a 15-speaker audio system surround sound Bang & Olufsen.
2014 Audi RS7 Interior
The interior of the RS 7 is typical of Audi, as it is elegantly designed and well built with excellent material quality in all, however, the RS 7 comes a little more sinister with black face gauges with red needles and fiber inlays carbon RS- specific set out by standard aluminum pedals and LED ambient lighting. System multi familiar Audi Media Interface (MMI) controls the functions of entertainment, communication and the navigation through a pop -up screen mounted on the board and a control dial surrounded by buttons on the center console. The system has logical menus, sharp graphics and a touchpad to increase functionality, but still prefer Mercedes COMAND or iDrive BMW for overall ease of use.
The 2014 Audi RS7 is also equipped with Audi Connect Internet suite, including in the car 3G WiFi, Google Earth data to the navigation system and simplify the search in Google POI. Sounds a bit exaggerated, but it has proved very useful for passengers, or if you have to work a little on the way and no Starbucks in sight. However, the map “improved” Google Earth can be more difficult to understand at first glance a conventional navigation map.
If we stay with you the standard sports or opt for comfort multi-contour seats seats are sure that you are supportive for long journeys and energetic racing around the road equally. But because of the aggressively raked roofline 2014 Audi RS7, rear seat headroom is tight even for adults of average height. However, legroom is plentiful and there is something to be said for the individual comfort of the individual rear seats in front of a traditional seat three across banks. In addition, the 2014 Audi RS7 hatchback design allows easy loading of large objects that cannot fit through the opening in the trunk of a conventional sedan. The Official Luggage capacity is 24.5 cubic feet, and reducing backups 60/40-split rear seat offers more cargo space.
2014 Audi RS7 Engine
The 2014 Audi RS7 is motivated by a turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine that sends 560 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels. An eight-speed automatic transmission a locking center differential and a sport rear differential direct power to individual wheels based on demand. In testing, an 2014 Audi RS7 jumped to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds. No huge penalty in terms of fuel economy, either because the EPA estimates you’ll get 19 mpg combined (16 city/27 highway).
2014 Audi RS7 Security
Standard safety equipment on the 2014 Audi RS7 includes antilock disc brakes, front and rear parking sensors with camera, stability control, the warning system of blind spots, side airbags in the front seats, full length side curtain airbags and front knee airbags. The rear side airbags, lane departure warning assists, night vision with pedestrian detection and adaptive cruise control with point and go functionality is optional.
The Audi Pre -Sense standard basic system can warn the driver, the tension of the seat belts and close the windows if a collision is detected, while the optional Audi Pre -Sense Plus can do all that, plus fully tighten seat belts and automatically apply the brakes full force to mitigate the severity of an impending accident. The 2014 Audi RS7 also comes with Audi Pre -Sense back, using the brake light to warn the traffic behind the car in case of a potential rear collision, using additional preventive measures if things turn critical. In tests, the 2014 Audi RS7 demonstrated its exceptionally good brakes with repeated stops from 60 mph in 108 feet, a feat that many sports can not match.