The first will use a 4.0-liter biturbo V8. Its power would increase to 650 horsepower, a rise of 90 horsepower compared to the base version of the current model.
We are talking about a 4.0 liter TFSI biturbo V8 and an electric block for a combined power of about 700 horsepower, 20 more than the Panamera. The “classic” declination of the future RS7 should benefit from the same petrol block. Its cavalry would be about 650 hp (against 560 hp currently for the RS7 and 605 hp for the RS7 Performance).
The new A7 could be presented at the Los Angeles show in December. The S7 could follow at the international Geneva show in March. While the RS 7 would be expected in the second half of 2018. We can not wait to be behind his wheel!