With the RS7 you get torque vectoring, adaptive air suspension and Audis Sport Differential as standard. It is a very good looking vehicle and the styling is typical of Audi, but by no means is it boring. It looks like a thirsty car, and it is one, though it may not guzzle as much as you would expect: Thanks to cylinder deactivation technology, the RS7 can do 28.8mpg.
Whilst the RS7 was created primarily with the US market in mind it will be available in the UK and prices are expected to begin around £84,000 – £7,000 more than the RS6 Avant, but considerably cheaper than its main competitor the BMW M6, and similarly priced to the Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG.
Do you think the RS7 will equal the standards set by the Audi RS3, RS4 and RS5?