Now in its second generation, the 2020 Audi A7 Sportback draws from its sister A8 all the know-how regarding connectivity, driving assistance and security.
Seven years ago the first generation of the Audi A7 Sportback was born, the Berlin-Coupe 4 Porte of Ingolstadt, which immediately became the stylistic icon of the German Brand. Today, seven years after that July 2010, we are faced with the new Audi A7 Sportback, a second generation of the Gran Coupé four-door that with the further injection of comfort and technology has put in the viewfinder its direct rivals: Mercedes-Benz CLS, Porsche Panamera, and BMW 5 Series GT.
2020 Audi A7 Sportback Design & Dimension
Practically unchanged in size (4.96 meters long, 1.90 meters wide and 1.42 meters high), the new A7 Sportback grows only in the pitch of 10 mm (hour of 2.92 meters) to the advantage of the internal habitability, especially of the rear rows, and Loading capacity of the boot (from 535 to 1,390 liters). The exterior design has been revised thanks to an even lower and more sporty line that aims to introduce character and aggression; At the front stand out the unprecedented LED headlights (option matrix LED or matrix Laser) with dynamic direction indicators; The single-frame hexagonal grille appears wider and stretched downwards; The wheel arches are now more generous and the silhouette racier though the tail has been raised 3 cm; At the rear, finally, there is the light band that joins the LED headlights and the active aileron that comes out at 120 km/h.
2020 A7 Sportback Interior; Comfortable
On board, you are surrounded by an extraordinarily elegant but particularly technological environment, a perfect mix between a games room and a cozy living room at home. Every unnecessary physical key has been eliminated in favor of the simplicity offered by the touch or voice commands. The centrally located console will arise the two displays (one from 10.1 inches and the other from 8.6) of the new MMI infotainment perfectly integrated in the center of the elegant bridge while in front of the driver reign the Virtual Cockpit with the screen from 12.3 inches and the Head-Up Display.
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