Audi is preparing the latest generation of 2018 Audi A7 is ready to be launched this year. Reports from French media say that the latest generation Audi A7 will be known in the Frankrut Motor Show 2017. The latest generation Audi A7 ready to get plug-in hybrid variants that is part of the A7 family. PHEV version will use a four-cylinder gasoline engine combined with an electric motor.
2018 Audi A7 Exterior and Interior Styling
Spy shots show that the new Audi A7 will keep the length and width of the old car and impressive but in accordance with the latest interpretation of the Audi front end. This four-door coupe will be inspired by the 2014 Prologue seen on the new A8 and A6 replacements to come. The A7 grille will be wider and more exaggerated to help increase the width and visual impact of the front end, while the brake lights will be connected by the LED strip.
The 2018 Audi A7 will feature the latest version of Audi Virtual Cockpit as a traditional call replacement, as well as gesture control, voice control and massage chair. It can feature a semi-autonomous drive system similar to the new A8 – it can drive itself without the driver requiring constant attention.
The sleek styling and several hardened buttons at the top of the dash can inspire the new A7’s interior design. The screen clip is integrated into the Prologue Concept dashboard and this can go into A7 that has been completed, which means climate control can be controlled through the screen rather than buttons and physical switches.
2018 Audi A7 Engine Specs
For Audi A7 standard version will be supported by gasoline engine and diesel six and eight cylinder. Built using the Evo MLB platform, the latest generation Audi A7 has a lighter weight of 100kg (200lbs) and is shorter than the current version.
The 4.0 liter V8 currently installed in the S8. More affordable models could use four-cylinder gasoline or a combination of gasoline-electric hybrids, and rumors suggest Audi could use A7 as a test bed for hydrogen fuel cells.
2018 Audi A7 Price Rumors and Released Date
The 2018 Audi A7 performance versions will be announced at 2017 and on sale in 2018. The new version is expected to be the same as the current model so the entry level model can only save costs from £ 50,000.