Monday, August 16, 2010

2011 Audi A7 Review

Audi unveils its latest offering into the four door coupe style via the all new 2011 Audi A7, which the manufacturers hope will be able to compete with Mercedes-Benz CLS. Meanwhile, the engine has been transferred onto the front/rear to produce more balance in weight distribution.

Among the headline features for the 2011 Audi A7 is the Quattro all wheel drive, electronic driving aids, multilink rear suspension, and gorgeous interiors that is a staple for the Audi brand. There were also a few advanced incorporations into this vehicle model that enable it to compete against the premium ranks in the market, such as lane departure or blind spot warning systems, sports seat, high efficiency LED lighting on the front and rear sides of the vehicle, and home quality infotainment system.

In terms of powertrain, the "2011 Audi A7 offers a wide range of gasoline or diesel engine choices. Release Date of 2011 Audi A7"

Pro’s of 2011 Audi A7
*Powerful engine;

Con’s of 2011 Audi A7
*The estimated price range for this vehicle is a bit too high for regular auto consumers.

Pricing Details
It will vary depending on the model and equipments installed into the vehicle unit.

Bavaria's "other" car company is in the midst of a product offensive that will double Audi's model count by 2012. Which explains the 2011 Audi A7, a stylish new low-roof sedan designed to answer the Mercedes CLS and a similar "four-door coupe" expected from BMW. Word is that Audi will show a lightly disguised concept version at the 2008 New York Auto Show next April. It also underpins Audi's next-generation A4 compact cars and a new Q5 compact crossover SUV, all due in 2009

Headline features will include standard Audi Quattro all-wheel drive, multilink rear suspension, an alphabet soup of electronic driving aids, the usual gorgeous Audi interior-with seating for four only-and unique styling with a sweeping fastback roofline and a hunkered-down wheels-at-the-corners stance.
Audi has a wide range of gasoline and diesel engines it could use in the A7. The transmission? A seven- or even eight-speed automatic seems a safe bet, but don't rule out an updated edition of the Audi R-Tronic automated manual used in the new mid-engine Audi R8 supercar.
A Notable Feature of the 2011 Audi A7
The 2011 Audi A7 may spring an innovation or two, though no one-probably not even Audi-can be sure just now.

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