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Sleek styling and stationwagon practicality set the Audi A7 Sportback apart from its closest rivals.

02 Apr 2015

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There's a saying that change is the only constant. Things do not stay the same forever, just like cars.

First introduced at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show as a concept, the A7 Sportback is Audi's way of blending the comfort of a saloon with the practicality of a stationwagon, all wrapped up in the sleek shape of a coupe.

Six years later, the car underwent a mid-life revision, featuring new technology and improvements as well as revised aesthetics that aim to set a new standard of elegance and desirability.

The spoiler is aerodynamically slippery and aesthetically sound

Up close and Personal

From virtually any angle, the A7 Sportback looks superb. The redesigned and visually streamlined sills, together with new three-dimensional bumpers, excel in giving the car a well-defined frame.

In front, the Singleframe grille adopts a slightly wider, more angular style that includes eight chrome horizontal struts. And for the first time, wider and sportier air intakes connect with each other under the grille. Gone are the Xenon head lights, replaced across the range with redesigned units that feature Matrix LED technology as seen on the A8.

The long, sloping roofline falls consistently down to the rear end, which also features subtle revisions, such as new taillights, new bumpers and a new rear diffuser that houses twin trapezoidal tailpipes.

Fewer changes have been made to the A7's interior, apart from the introduction of a new gear lever, some new fabric and trim options, as well as acoustic glazing that is now a standard feature on all models.

535 litres of boot space is more than enough for a couple of golf bags

More importantly, the lavish feeling inside the pre-facelifted model has been elevated in this car with improved lovely textures, lush leather and excellent quality all round.

Practically continues to be had with generous passenger space and a sizeable cargo area with a very generous aperture for ease of loading and unloading.
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Car Information

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Engine Type


4-cylinder in-line 16-valve DOHC Turbocharged

Engine Cap





188kW (252 bhp) / 6000 rpm



370 Nm / 4500 rpm



7-speed (A) S tronic

Acceleration (0-100 km/h)



Top Speed



Fuel consumption


16.9 km/L

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