2019 Audi A7 Review
If we have to describe about the Audi A7, it is a sleek and redesigned version of the well-known A6 sedan. It is the strong rival for Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class as well as the BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe. Marc Lichte is the chief designer of Audi A7 and he had difficult task to improve the new A7 but he totally made it. It has great effect with the support of the styling cues taken from the 2014 Prologue Concept.
The Chief mentioned that the ‘DLO’ or the daylight openings which is also known as the side window openings are still the same as the previous model, but other things will be redesigned. 2019 Audi A7 will be constructed on the MLB Evo platform so that they will give significant weight loss to make it even 200 lbs lighter than the current. Besides, the grille will be wider since it is taken from the Prologue while the rear lights are wider and slimmer to give sleeker appearance.
If you want to know more about the interior design, Lichte explains that it will get futuristic cabin with several TFT displays and swiping functions for the screens to control all aspects of the technology. The company will also support 2019 Audi A7 with more features of that will remind you to the Tesla especially with the tight parking spot to deal with. We also believe that the word of futuristic means that the company will give latest technology features around it.
2019 Audi A7 Engine
The powertrain options have not been released by Audi USA, but we believe that the US market wouldn’t get diesel version and that is the big disappointment. The European market has the base 2.0 liter turbocharged four cylinder to make 252 BHP and 273 lb-ft of torque and we are now clueless about all the information about the engine of 2019 Audi A7.
Our reliable sources caught the test mule on the public road and it is assumed to be the new 2019 Audi A7. The spy shots unveiled and we think that it will be launched as a new model in the end of 2017 with the full production that will be started in the third quarter of 2018 to make it as the 2019 model year. The details of the price have not been released but the current generation was about $68,000 for the base. We think it can be around $70,000 to get the 2019 version.