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    2013 audi a7 0 60

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    It was worse than it sounds. The last S6 -- the one with the Lambo-derived and severely detuned V10 -- made horsepower. If you'd be so kind as to whitelist our site, we promise to keep bringing you great content. It's paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    First Test: Audi A7 - Motor Trend

    Somewhere between sedans and crossovers, there's a burgeoning new class of vehicle that has hatchback versatility and four doors, yet also borrows some of the design intrigue and excitement of a sports car. And the Audi A7 and S7 are perhaps the most distinctive of these models on the market—and arguably the sexiest of this new bunch. Only from the front, the A7 looks much like the A6, with which it shares its mechanical layout, its instrument panel, and most of its feature set.

    But walk around the A7 and what you get instead of a trunklid is a long hatch, opening up to a long-and-wide, yet shallow cargo floor under the graceful, curved roofline.

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    It's much like that of a grand-touring sports car, only more practical. With the seats down, the Audi A7 and S7 are limited only by the sloping glass in terms of capacity; there's a lot of room here, and a lot of utility—even though the space is a bit shallow. Otherwise it's a top-notch luxury-car interior, with supremely comfortable front seats, although the back seats are a little tight for lanky adults.

    We have our nitpicks, but the A7 is tops among its class in style, performance, and overall finish. It's quick, nimble—despite Audi's penchant for making nose-heavy cars—and very comfortable at sane speeds. To the point, the A7 is more of a full-size sport sedan than a sports car, but it's well-mannered, engaging, and very fun to drive. Power for the A7 comes from a 3. Meanwhile, the S7 steps up the game with a new turbocharged V-8 making hp and capable of getting to 60 mph in 4. It instead has a seven-speed S tronic gearbox.

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    Both are adept handlers, but the S7 has fluid road manners and outstanding acceleration that are tough to pass up. In addition to the phenomenally good interior appointments, it's technology that also makes the A7 a standout. Most of the gee-whiz gadgets have trickled down from the A8 into the A7 and are either standard, or available for a little extra cash. A night-vision display, blind-spot assist, and a system that can anticipate a collision all elevate the A7's safety roster above many luxury sedans.

    Design-wise, the Audi A7 and S7 really stand out. Looking at these models' distinctive silhouette, there's been nothing quite like them in recent automotive history—and that's even including models that some would call rivals or alternatives, like the Mercedes-Benz CLS or Porsche Panamera.

    Altogether, the A7's mix of flowing, smooth sheetmetal and chiseled details give it a somewhat more aggressive look than most of Audi's main-line sedans, yet compared to those other fastbacks or fastback sedans, it's much more graceful. The sheet metal has already sparked a debate among enthusiasts, but we'll only wade in to say that it's gorgeous—with just a hint of quirkiness.

    2013 audi a7 0 60

    From the back, the A7 can look a little bulbous, but otherwise the design is cohesive and different, mating an aggressive front end design that most of the Audi lineup now has in common with nicely sculpted side sheet metal and a unique fastback-coupe tail.

    The A7 doesn't make waves inside the way it does on the outside, but it does show the best of Audi interior design, which includes some of the best-coordinated materials and trims on the luxury-car market. With a look that's essentially borrowed from the A8 flagship sedan—though slimmed down a bit and sitting low to fit the A7's more rakish look and feel. The smoothly styled, straight-across instrument panel helps maximize interior space, while matte-metallic finishes and two-tone soft-touch surfaces, along with some woodgrains and flowing door and dash contours, altogether make this interior feel special.

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