Whether you’re looking for an SUV that has a bit more power, or you just want to get a little more from your car, the Audi RS7 is an option worth looking into. This new SUV has everything you could possibly need, and it’s backed by one of the best reputations in the automotive industry.
RS Design package
RS Design packages for the 2022 Audi RS7 add a sporty look to the interior. These packages feature optional decorative inlays and unique floor mats. They are available in gray, red, and carbon. They also feature unique seat and door armrests. The center console is upholstered in Alcantara. It also features a selector lever knob with Mercato blue stitching.
A 12.3-inch virtual cockpit plus provides a driver-centric display that can be reconfigured for different driving modes. It also offers haptic feedback. In addition, it has a blinking shift indicator to simulate motorsport gear changes. It also features new traffic light icons. It includes a blind-spot monitor and Adaptive Cruise Control.
The front seats feature an RS logo, heated and ventilated seats, and ventilation functions. They also have integrated head restraints. The front passenger seat is padded and features a massage function. The seats also have honeycomb stitching.
The 2022 Audi RS7 has a rear seat that can accommodate two or three people. It offers a cargo area that offers 49 cubic feet of space when the rear seats are folded.
RS Virtual Cockpit
Designed as the ultimate co-pilot, the Audi RS Virtual Cockpit delivers a unique driving experience with crisp, clean visuals and intuitive controls. It displays a variety of useful information directly in the driver’s field of vision, so you can focus on driving rather than figuring out the menus.
There are three distinct visuals, or layouts, that you can choose from. Each is designed for a different purpose. They include the Classic, Infotainment and Performance layouts.
The classic view is designed for the most basic cockpit information. It displays the speedometer, tachometer and fuel level in small dial-type gages. The RS Mode, on the other hand, mimics the Audi Quattro from the 1980s. It is designed to show performance information in a simplified format. The graphics are clean and sharp, and the RS Mode also displays shift indicators.
The infotainment layout is ideal for track days. It enlarges the central image, which makes it easier to choose an infotainment option. It also features a large stage for lists in the phone, radio, and audio areas. It also shows your lap time and gear selection. It also shrinks the gauges, making it easier to access information.
Remote park assist
Using technology developed by Audi, the remote park assist feature lets the driver park in tight spots without having to manually maneuver the car. The system uses ultrasound and optical signals to scan parking spaces and steer the vehicle into a parallel parking spot. This feature is especially helpful in tight spaces or when trying to park in a busy street.
Audi Park Assist uses ultrasound sensors and a rearview camera to scan parking spaces. The system then provides an ideal exit path. It can be set up through the touchscreen menu.
Park Assist is available in a number of Audi models, including the S6, S7, and Q7. It was first introduced in the 2022 model year and is now standard on many Audi models. It uses optical and ultrasound signals to locate a parking space, and then uses electromechanical steering to steer the vehicle into a parallel parking space.
The feature was first introduced in the S6 and S7, and has been improved for the 2023 model year. It uses a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and can send more power to the outside wheel when reversing. It also has a sport rear differential, which helps provide precise handling when entering and exiting corners. It also uses the latest Matrix LEDs to alert oncoming traffic.
Compared to the previous generation, the RS7 and RS6 Avant have been given a special makeover. The upgraded 4.0-liter V8 Biturbo TFSI engine develops an additional 30 hp. Moreover, the new model also boosts torque by 37 lb-ft. The car is equipped with an eight-speed tiptronic torque converter automatic transmission, which delivers faster shifts. It is also equipped with a sport rear differential that ensures precise handling in corners.
The RS6 and RS7 Performance models are available in 16 exterior colors. Their standard equipment includes a head-up display, a Park Assist Pack with park assist plus and a Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System. The Audi RS7 also has 360-degree cameras.
The new RS7 is much faster than the S8. It can go from zero to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds. It also has a boost pressure of 2.6 bar. It can reach a maximum speed of 174 mph. Its standard all-wheel drive is a Quattro system.