Audi recently unveiled their upcoming 2015 A7 model, as well as the upgraded S7.
Both are very similar to the 2014 model, with minor updates — including the headlights, which will feature a more angular shape, as well as the front grille also getting a slightly more angular design, and its LED turn signals that now light up in sequence.
The interior of the new A7 sedan comes standard with Audi’s MMI interface with the option to upgrade to a head-up display. Other interior details include a touchpad controller, high-speed LTE connectivity, a premium Bang & Olufsen sound system, adaptive cruise control and much more.
Under the hood, buyers get the same output as its predecessor, including 310 horsepower for the V6 and 240 horsepower for the V6 TDI. Howver, the S7 and its twin-turbo V8 tops out at 450 horsepower, up from 420 horses in the 2014 version.
Both the A7 and S7 are expected to hit showrooms as soon as this summer in certain European markets.