2017 audi s7

2017 Audi S7 | Review

June 2017 By JOSH JACQUOT Photos By ALEX CONLEY View 72 Photos

Overview: At its heart, the 2017 Audi S7 is a 450-hp, all-wheel-drive sedan that piles on amenities, stunning finishes, and world-class construction to make it a top-drawer executive express. And crowning it all is a design that, despite its age, remains a hallmark for beauty and function not just among Audis but among all luxury cars.

The S7 sits below only the RS7 in Audi’s mid-size lineup, and there’s just one powertrain available: a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 bolted to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. All-wheel drive and an adaptive suspension are standard. The S7 substitutes a sloping rear roofline and a hatchback liftgate in place of the S6 sedan’s more traditional three-box design and trunklid. The compromise, naturally, is tighter rear-passenger headroom and only four seatbelts, while the benefits are those stunning good looks and a large, easily accessed cargo space that gets even more practical with the rear seats folded.

Among the S7’s standout features are its intuitive MMI interface that controls audio, navigation, HVAC, and phone functionality, plus an interior finished with opulent leather, wood inlays, and microsuede.

What’s New: The S7 sees few notable changes for 2017. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are now standard. The Premium Plus trim level adds a Bose surround-sound system and a new 19-inch wheel design. Audi Connect becomes standard, and it adds 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity. Larger 20- and 21-inch wheels are available. A new optional Driver Assist package brings adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist. Red brake calipers are available with the Sport package.

What We Like: Although the S7’s fastback roofline gives some indication of this car’s dynamic merit, this large hatchback is not easily sniffed out by those who notice performance hardware. And yet the last version we tested, a 2016 model with the same power and torque ratings, hit 60 mph from rest in 3.9 seconds, only 0.5 second behind outrageous dedicated performance cars such as the 650-hp Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. We like MMI’s ease of use, as well as the decidedly upscale look of the cabin materials. Combine this car’s talents with its uncommon packaging and knockout styling, and the S7 secures itself a unique spot among performance cars.

What We Don’t Like: There’s the obvious: If you need to regularly haul four adults, a conventional sedan like the S6 will be a better choice. However, if your kids are small enough to fit comfortably in the back, then the S7’s liftback packaging remains appealing. Although the S7 can display a Google Map in its instrument cluster, it lacks the full 12.3-inch high-resolution Virtual Cockpit display found in other Audis. That is reflective of an overall interior aesthetic that’s behind those of the most recent Audis. Some interior items are last-generation wares, but there’s still strong, usable, and good-looking design and function here.

Verdict: An aging beauty is still a beauty.


ENGINE TYPE: twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection

Displacement: 244 cu in, 3993 ccPower: 450 hp @ 6400 rpmTorque: 406 lb-ft @ 1400 rpm

TRANSMISSION: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode

DIMENSIONS:Wheelbase: 114.8 inLength: 196.3 inWidth: 75.2 in Height: 55.0 inPassenger volume: 94 cu ftCargo volume: 25 cu ftCurb weight (C/D est): 4500 lb

FUEL ECONOMY: EPA combined/city/highway: 21/17/27 mpg

C/D TEST RESULTS FOR:2016 Audi S7 Zero to 60 mph: 3.9 sec Zero to 100 mph: 9.7 sec Zero to 130 mph: 16.8 sec Zero to 150 mph: 24.1 sec Rolling start, 5-60 mph: 4.8 sec Top gear, 30-50 mph: 2.5 sec Top gear, 50-70 mph: 3.3 sec Standing ¼-mile: 12.4 sec @ 113 mph Top speed (governor limited, mfr's claim): 155 mph Braking, 70-0 mph: 162 ft Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.97 g Curb weight: 4508 lb

C/D observed fuel economy: 17 mpg

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2017 Audi S7

The Audi A7 is a car model from Audi. 2017 Audi S7 is smaller than Audi’s flagship Audi A8 and larger than Audi’s sports business-sedan Audi A6. In the Swedish market, the A7 Sportback is always offered with electric hatch and leather upholstery as standard. The form of the car is called Audi as a “Sportback” and can be described as a five-door coupe.

In May 2014, Audi A7 and Audi S7 were updated. Audi S7 2017 model is distinguished for the front with new narrow, elongated and slim headlights, a wider and smoothed grille at the sides that take on a more hexagonal and bumpy shape revisited in the chromed design. In the rear, the lighting of the lanterns has been modified and the rear bumper with an unprecedented and more sporty design. The exhaust terminals are now rectangular instead of round and the rear lights are standard with dynamic flashing. Standard LED headlamps are available (optional headlights with LED matrix technology). In addition to new exterior colors and new unfinished design rims, new interior materials, new chrome-plated elements in the bodywork and interior design, and a new automatic gear lever are also new.

2017 Audi S7 : Features

2017 Audi S7 is typically equipped with diamond-stitched leather upholstery, SiriusXM Traffic, sunroof, heat and 12-power-adjustable front seats, automatic control of the 14, 630-watt speaker AM / FM / CD / SiriusXM / HD Radio Bose is a sound system, an empty start, lightweight xenon lights with LED lights, LED lights, Bluetooth connections, and 18 inch wheels. The Audi Driver Help package helps, the camera’s original viewing system, the original Audi concept and the first novel concept, front and back sensors, the back camera, and Audi controlling cruise control and stop & go.

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The Innovation Package creates features of the Driver Help Package with the display-head up and liver boost for getting a walk. The Cold Weather package brings warm wheels and warm back chairs. The Comfort Seating Package added air-conditioning equipment and equipment for discharging equipment, comforting seating sets before 22 seats, power supply, and Valcona leather upholstery. Independence options include 15-speakers, 1,300-watt system Bang & Olufsen audio, back-side airbags, 20-inch wheels and LED lights.

2017 Audi S7 : Safety

All 2017 S7 types are inserted front, front knees, the front edge and full-length side curtain airbags. Airbags on the next side can choose. Sustainable stabilization programs, electronic brakeforce distribution and system pressure monitoring system are included as standard.

2017 Audi S7 Prestige

Audi S7 2017

Preferred security features include the help of the operating line, warns the driver when Audi S7 2017 is passing along the road and may even drive the car into a real way. There is also an original Audi concept, which can detect obstacles before the S7 and use brakes to prevent the shock or reduce its difficulty. Ultimately, Audi’s side helps warn the driver if the car is one of the blinds behind the 2017 S7.

2017 Audi S7 : Competitors

The main S7 computers are the Mercedes-AMG CLS63, the additional CLS power version that forms the four-component component, as well as the BMW M6 Gran Coupe. Other commonly used interactions such as the Jaguar XFR are also required to look for 2017 Audi S7.


Car Review: 2017 Audi S7

A more livable and more law-abiding version of Audi’s RS7 road rocket

Pros Looks, sophisticated powertrain, fetching interior

Cons Damned if I can find one

Value for money One one hand, better than the RS7. On the other hand, it does retail for $97,250

What would I change? Nada

How I would spec it? I’d take the base S7 and add the Bang & Olufsen audio system

If sales of Audi‘s midsize luxury sedans are any judge, Canadians are a more stylish lot than their American counterparts. While Americans buy more than two and a half times as many of the company’s stodgy A6 sedan than they do its svelte and gazelle-like A7 four-door coupe, we in the Great White Frozen North buy more A7s than A6s. The margin of the A7’s victory here may be small, but I will credit it nonetheless as proof that we Canadians have better taste in automobiles. And, yes, you can opine that my opinion is biased, having gone on record saying the RS version of Audi’s “four-door coupe” is my favourite car of the last five years. Nonetheless, I’ll stand by my contention.

More of a surprise, at least to me, is that the latest rendition of the RS 7’s less sporty cousin, the S7, is frankly almost as tempting. Powered by a softer version of the RS 7’s twin-turbo V8, the S7 nonetheless pumps out a stellar 450 horsepower – an increase of 30 ponies compared to the original version I drove four years ago. That may pale compared with the 560 claimed by the RS 7, or the seriously stupid 605 horsepower boasted by the RS 7 “Performance,” but on what public road can 450 horses be considered anything less than stellar?

Acceleration from standstill to 100 km/h is right around the 4.5-second mark, the top speed is a very illegal 255 km/h and the shove into the seat as you mat the loud handle is more than satisfying enough to justify the “S” moniker. Anyone needing the RS 7’s extra urge is either heading for a racetrack – nonsensical, since the RS 7 is still a 2,040-kilogram sedan – or trying to humiliate a Chevrolet Camaro through stoplight banditry – even more childish, considering the demographic that buys $100,000+ luxury sedans. Far be it from me to preach moderation, but I’ll take it as a sign of creeping maturity that I found myself completely satisfied by Audi’s “lesser” S7.

And there was much to appreciate other than sheer motor. For instance, because the RS 7 pumps out 516 lb.-ft. of torque, it has to make do with ZF’s eight-speed automatic transmission – the only transmission in Audi’s lineup that can handle all that torque. The S7’s 406 lb.-ft., on the other hand, is within the scope of the company’s dual-clutch transmission, so the S7 gets Audi’s seven-speed DSG. Who’s sportier now, brown cow?

There’s one last difference between the S7 and the RS 7 powertrain that is, depending on your take on attracting attention, either a pro or a con. This more mildly tuned version of the Audi’s TFSI engine, itself a de-stroked version of the R8’s 4.2-litre normally aspirated V8, is whisper quiet with none of the sturm und drang of the RS 7’s lightly muffled monster. Personally, I’m partial to a throaty roar. On the other hand, even though there is a “stealth” version of the top-of-the-line RS 7, anyone choosing the RS 7 over the totally competent S7 and then complaining about the attentions of the local constabulary – like Madonna protesting the intrusion of the paparazzi – doth protest too much.

Likewise, the S7’s suspension is calibrated softer than the RS 7’s, but that’s not to say the S is a porpoise through the corners. Roll is still well mitigated and the steering, especially if you opt for the torque-vectoring rear sport differential, is plenty precise. But the softer ride is definitely appreciated over the increasingly horrid roads that are becoming Ontario’s norm. Besides, while it is fully competent when clipping apexes, Audi doesn’t intend either the S7 – or even the RS 7 – to compete with the BMW M5 in a racetrack battle.

What hasn’t changed is that the S7’s interior is all but as luxurious as the RS 7’s. The leather remains exquisite, the S7 has Audi’s latest MMI updates and, for $6,500 extra, you can get Bang & Olufsen’s top-of-the-line 15-speaker stereo – still the best audio system I’ve tested. And though my base car didn’t have the full TFT-screened gauge set, the combination of analogue gauges and computer readouts was just fine. The MMI’s hand-writing recognition software is also improved, even recognizing my normally illegible script. Better yet, the S7 retains the disappearing screen rather than the cheaper-looking fixed affair on lesser Audis.

A7-based foibles remain, the most notable being lesser headroom than the A6 in the rear thanks to that dramatically sloping roofline. That said, because the S7 is a hatchback, there’s excellent cargo space and access – especially when you fold the rear seats, which sees the capacity expand from a middling 399 litres to an almost commodious 1,040 litres.

One last practical matter. Audi rates the S7 at 11.4 L/100 km overall, the 0.5 increase from the 2013 model I last tested not so much the result of the increased power but Transport Canada’s new, more stringent testing regime. That said, while the S7 — like all turbocharged cars — can be made to sip fuel by baby-footing the gas pedal, anytime you call for all 450 horsepower or 406 lb.-ft. of torque, the big V8 starts sucking back the high test like a sailor on his first shore leave in six months. There is no free ride with this turbocharging stuff; Profligate Peter always needs to pay for Performance Paul’s heavy right foot.

And lastly, the S7 makes some sort of sense fiscally. Its $97,250 price tag is $23,150 less than the RS 7, and $45,850 less than the aforementioned silly Performance version. For those not needing their egos massaged — or their licences revoked — the S7 is more than enough.

  • All-wheel-drive, mid-sized luxury seda

  • 4.0L twin-turbo V8

  • 450 horsepower @ 5,800 to 6,400 rpm; 406 lb.-ft. of torque @ 1,400 to 5,700 rpm

  • Seven-speed dual-clutch

  • Four-wheel disc with ABS

  • 265/35R20

  • $97,250/$111,950

  • $2,095

  • (L/100km) 13.4 city, 8.8 highway

  • 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8, Seven-speed DSG twin-clutch manumatic, Quattro all-wheel-drive with sport differential, Power door locks, windows and mirrors, four-zone climate controlled air conditioning with micron air filter, Bose audio system with 14 speakers, Sirius satellite radio, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, Audi MMI Navigation plus, Audi MMI Touch with hand-writing recognition, cruise control, power glass sunroof, power tailgate, information display, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, leather seats, 8-way power front seats, heated front and rear seats, ventilated rear seats auto headlights, dual front air bags, dual front seat-mounted side air bags, dual rear seat-mounted side air bags, side curtain air bags, rear and corner view camera, rear and top view camera, Audi side assist, Audi drive select and more

  • Bang & Olufsen audio system with 16 speakers, Driver Assistance Plus package, Black Optics package, Head-up Display, Arras Red Design Line package


2017 Audi S7 4.0 TFSI Premium Plus Specs, Price, User Reviews, Photos & Buying Advice

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  • MSRP: Invoice Price:$74,308
  • Fuel Economy: 17 MPG city / 27 MPG hwy
  • Engine: Twin Turbo Premium Unleaded V-8, 4.0 L/244

    450 hp @ 5800 rpm

For 2017, the Audi A7 is offered in two models: 3.0T, which features a direct-injection, supercharged V6 with 333 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque; and 3.0 TDI, which features a turbo direct-injection "clean-diesel" V6. That unit produces 240 horsepower and 428 pound-feet of torque. Power is put to the ground through an 8-speed automatic transmission with Tiptronic manual controls, for those who'd rather shift gears themselves. It responds well, giving decisive downshifts in fast driving, or smooth, well-masked upshifts in gentle driving. Fuel economy ratings for the A7 3.0T are estimated at 20 mpg city, 30 highway, while the A7 3.0 TDI returns an estimated 25 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. Both A7 models include the latest, performance-oriented version of Audi's quattro all-wheel-drive system, which during normal driving sends about 60 percent of engine torque to the rear wheels but can send more to whichever wheels can best use the traction. The system even aids stable handling near the limit on curvy roads by employing the stability control system and judiciously applying the brakes to one or more wheels. It's enjoyable to hustle down curvy roads, thanks to a variable-boost electromechanical steering system plus a 5-link front suspension and trapezoidal-link rear suspension that rides somewhat firmly but is just compliant enough for comfort on choppy urban streets. Audi drive select comes standard, and includes four driving modes: comfort, auto, dynamic and individual. Each setting modifies the feel of the steering, transmission shift points and the way the throttle responds, all to meet certain driving styles. The beautiful cabin is one of the most stylish on the market. Occupants get firm, supportive seats and a 3-place back seat that's usable even by taller adults, thanks to a carved out area of the headliner allowing just a couple inches of extra head space. The rear hatch also allows more space than a trunk would -- 24.5 cubic feet -- even with the rear seats up in place. Those back seats do fold down when needed, and there's a large trunk pass-through for skis and other longer items. Inside, the A7 is a luxury car in every detail. There are two different leather upholsteries (Milano or Valcona) offered, both soft and rich. Ash wood veneers are included, or dark brown walnut and brushed aluminum trims are optional, all with chromed bezels and aluminum-like accents, providing some combinations that look stunning either in light or dark themes. The A7 also includes 3D Google Earth mapping for the navigation system, which allows drivers to see topography and terrain in addition to the tops of trees and rooftops of buildings. Other standout navigation features include Google Voice Local Search that will listen to keywords and return potential local destinations. Audi Connect allows the A7 to become a wireless hot spot, which is capable of connecting up to eight WiFi-enabled devices to the Internet. Wrapping it all together is Audi's touch-screen-based MMI (Multi-Media Interface), which includes a rotary button/knob as well as hot buttons for some commonly accessed functions. There's also one Audi exclusive: a scratch pad (called MMI touch) that allows the user to draw out letters to quickly enter navigation destinations or other inputs. Among the top options offered on the A7 are a 14-speaker Bose sound system or, for audiophiles who want the best, a Bang & Olufsen Advanced Sound system with 15 speakers and 1,300 watts of amplifier power. A high-performance version -- the S7 -- includes the same level of luxury and refinement present in the A7 but with a 4.0L twin-turbo V8 producing 450 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. It comes connected to a 7-speed S tronic automatic transmission. Adaptive air suspension, 19-inch wheels, and a 630-watt Bose surround stereo are all included as well, and the S7 offers seating for four. Rounding out the family is the RS7. It goes several steps further than the S7 by offering 560 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque from the 4.0L V8, with 0 to 60 mph coming in just 3.7 seconds on the way to a top speed of 174 mph. The RS7 utilizes an 8-speed Tiptronic transmission and is equipped with specially tuned adaptive air suspension and dynamic electromechanical power steering. New for 2017 is the RS7 Performance trim. Making 605 hp and 553 pound-feet of torque, the RS7 Performance has enough power to reach a claimed top speed of 190 mph!
2017 Audi S7 Model Changes
The Audi A7 gets several updates for 2017. The Audi A7 now includes 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity via Audi Connect, meaning that the car can connect various mobile devices to the internet. Premium plus models now get a BOSE surround sound system along with a new 19" wheel design. The biggest changes of 2017 are reserved for the hyper-fast RS7 model however. While few people who experienced last year's 560 hp RS7 could reasonably say that the car was underpowered, Audi have gone ahead and given buyers a high performance version with more power than ever before.
2017 Audi S7 Value
From a design standpoint, the Audi A7 is a standout in the market; while competitors such as the BMW 5-Series GranTurismo come close, the A7 is the least "SUV" in this segment. Inside, the A7 is a paragon of great design, as its cabin feels lush and detailed without being functionally complex. Even so, the A7 is very roomy, with enough space for adults in back. Technologically, the A7 is also near the head of its class. The Google Earth mapping with live updates feel a full generation ahead of the systems in many rival models; and the MMI touch system -- which brings a fingertip touch pad that allows data entry without looking away from the road or focusing on a screen-based pointer -- is also revolutionary.
2017 Audi S7 Strengths
A shape like no other; exceptional interior trims and materials; responsive handling; comfortable ride; good rear seat space; class-leading tech features; fuel efficient diesel; potent performance-oriented S7 and RS7 models

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2017 Audi S7

2017 Audi S7 is a sporty version of the Audi A7 from the German car manufacturer Audi. Audi S7 2017 model shares his technique with the Audi S6 and was presented alongside this model at the IAA in Frankfurt. Audi A7 Sportback is  five-door fastback class Gran Turismo, produced by AUDI AG, on the A6 platform, is positioned in the segment below the Audi A8. 2017 S7 main competitors are Mercedes-Benz CLS and BMW 6 Gran Coupe. The Federal Motor Transport Office of Germany positions A7 in the upper segment of the middle class. Sports versions are S7 and RS7. The premiere of this model took place on July 27, 2010, in the Munich Pinakothek of Contemporary Art.

2017 Audi S7 Sportback

Audi is developing a completely new generation 2017 A7 model. As expected, the car will be easier, the design is sharper, and the equipment will be the most advanced technology. The premiere of Audi A7 of the second generation will take place in early 2018.

2017 Audi S7 Design

The 2017 S7 is based on the concept Audi Sportback Concept, while its design is much more conservative and focuses on other models of the brand Audi. The same style was continued by the Audi A6, which was launched in 2011. Unlike the body of the saloon car is almost completely borrowed from the concept car. The average drag coefficient of the Audi A7 is 0.28. The rear spoiler automatically retracts at speeds of 140 km/h. In 2014, Audi AG introduced the A7 2017 model with an updated design of optics and improved technical characteristics.

2017 Audi S7 Equipment

In the Audi A7 model, for the first time, a projection display is offered as an optional equipment, which allows you to project the recommendations of the navigation system onto the windshield. As an alternative to displaying such information, a 6.5-inch display is installed in the front panel.

2017 Audi S7 Engines

By the beginning of sales, a choice of four 6-cylinder engines: petrol 2.8 FSI capacity of 204 liters. from. And 3.0 TFSI with a capacity of 300 liters. With., And also two diesel 3.0 TDI capacity of 204 l. from. And 245 liters. from. All – wheel drive models are equipped with a gearbox with a double clutch S Tronic. Front-wheel drive models with a 204-liter engine. Equipped with a continuously variable Multitronic automatic transmission.

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The Audi S7 uses the same drive line as the S6, which means it has a 4.0-liter V8 bi-turbo TFSI engine of 309 kW and 550 Nm of torque. This is coupled to a 7-speed S Tronic twin-coupler. To make this possible, the torque is limited to 550 Nm, making it available over a very large range of travel, between 1,400 and 5,300 rpm. As usual with Audi, the 2017 Audi S7 Quattro four-wheel drive, which can be expanded with optional sport differentials.


Audi S7 2017 - Размеры колеc и шин, PCD, вылет диска и другие спецификации

Внимание! Выделенные записи означают заводские размеры, остальные - это возможные варианты замены

– Поколение: 4G [2012 .. 2018] [EUDM] – Мощность: 444 hp | 331 kW | 450 PS

– Двигатель: V8, Бензин

– Годы производства: [2012 .. 2018]

title=Шина> Шина 

Rim width (in) x rim diameter (in) J is mounting flange type. ET35 is positive offset of 35mm. It is vital not to deviate too far from the offset of the wheel originally fitted to the vehicle. title=Диск> Диск 

PCD измеряется в мм. Например 4x100 означает, что колёсный диск имеет 4 отверстия для крепления и диаметр воображаемой окружности через центры крепёжных отверстий равен 100 мм. title=Сверловка> Сверловка 

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255/40ZR19 100Y 8.5Jx19 ET32 2.5 36
255/40ZR19 100Y 9Jx19 ET32 2.5 36
265/35ZR20 100Y 9Jx20 ET37 2.7 39
275/30ZR21 99Z 9Jx21 ET35 2.8 41

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Шины для Audi S7 2017
  • Диаметр: 19.0'' - 21.0''
  • Ширина (мм): 255 - 275
  • Профиль шины (%): 30 - 40
  • Самый маленький размер шин: 255/40ZR19
  • Самый большой размер шин: 275/30ZR21
Диски для Audi S7 2017
  • Сверловка 5x112
    • Диаметр: 19.0'' - 21.0'';  
    • Ширина (дюймы): 8.5 - 9;  
    • Вылет (мм): 32 - 37.


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