2020 Audi RS7
2020 Audi RS7 welcome to audicarusa.com discover New Audi sedans, SUVs & coupes get our expert review. The hybrid technology hardly came from performance-oriented beginnings. After all, the only goal of the mass-market hybrids was to improve fuel consumption and curb emissions.
While this remains their main goal today, brilliant engineering wonders have worked in a different field. Hybrid technology now also takes a role in performance vehicles in order to improve their performance.
Specifically, talk of Audi RS 07 performance, which confirmed the existence of a hybrid variant for 2019 redesign. Chief designer at Audi, Mark Lichte Evo, confirms that not only reveal a next-generation Audi Audi RS 07 with a standard petrol powertrain, but a hybrid version will come with-prepare for you HP-700.
Said Power will come from cousin Porsche, in particular its Panamera Turbo S e-hybrid, which supplements 680 horsepower from a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine powered by an electric motor of 14-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
As for the non-hybrid Audi RS 7, it will supposedly be rated at 650 hp, up from 605 hp in the current car. The increased performance is reported to come from the same Porsche source 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine, minus the hybrid system. The non-hybrid Panamera Turbo makes 550 hp.
This is not the first time we have heard about Audi popped into Porsche powertrain. Earlier this year, Audi unveiled the 2019 A8 sedan – but curiously, a new S8 was missing. Later reports showed that the next S8 will also have a S8 plus variant with the same hybrid setup from the Panamera Turbo S e-hybrid. It is unclear when we see the new S8 and S8 Plus, but the 2019 Audi A7 and its variants should be unveiled sometime in the year 2018.
But no mistake, Audi has plans to launch some models athletic. At the beginning of the next year we will see 19907-back, which will pass in a 2.9-liter V6, which is shared with the Panamera 1990 or the RS5. However, the biggest balls will not be issued until the end of 2018.
That’s when the RS7 is scheduled to debut, and there’s a whole bunch of changes expected to happen, although one thing remains the same. Power will come from a 4-liter twin turbo V8, although it is a brand new unit. Porsche already uses it in the Panamera and Cayenne Turbo, while Bentley and Lamborghini come next.
We suspect that the product is located in the range of 570 to 610 HP, although some reports have speculated that as 650 horsepower is expected to have. Instead of RS7, Audi will offer something different. No, this is not a version focused, as well as 4-door coupe customers are more concerned with going in a straight line to the corners.
2020 Audi RS7
This is the reason why it would be a RS7 700 horsepower-tron with V8 offers around 550 and 150 horsepower electric motor. There is a similar agreement with ship Panamera Turbo-S-a hybrid. Car costs around €200,000, with options, Audi will compete with version R8.
And that great options will be. In order for the starter, the first model RS with rear wheel steering. You will have two screens, laser lights and the ability to drive for a short time.
This portrayal of Tobias Butter gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect in terms of styling, although the final product might have an additional level of Polish. This just goes to prove that if you get through enough money at an Audi, it will be nice.