Audi A7 Review The 2022 Audi A7 is a smooth operator, from its svelte fastback look to its sophisticated driving manners.
While the A7's sporty roofline limits headroom in the backseats, the remainder of the inside is exquisitely furnished and loaded with cutting-edge technology.
Its all-wheel drive and discrete dual-clutch automatic transmission pair with its 335 horsepower turbocharged V-6.
The attractive hatch is sneakily swift thanks to this well-kept powertrain, although we wish it had a more thrilling soundtrack.
While the driver will appreciate its skillful handling and great outward sight, all passengers will like its serene ride quality.
Although the 2022 Audi A7 isn't flawless, its aesthetic appeal and practicality help it rank among the finest in its class.
Given that it offers more enticing standard features and available extras than the base trim level, we'd advise purchasing the Premium Plus model.
Also included as standard features in the Premium Plus are heated front seats, leather upholstery, a motorised hatchback, and a panoramic sunroof.
Audi A7 Engine A turbocharged V-6 with 335 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque is the A7's basic powerplant.
A 48-volt hybrid-assist technology is also used in the A7's base V-6 powertrain to reduce turbo lag and facilitate stop/start operation.
To get 362 horsepower, you'll need to upgrade to the new plug-in hybrid model, which combines an onboard electric motor with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine.
Audi A7 MPG The EPA gave the six-cylinder A7 a fuel economy rating of 21 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the freeway.
The plug-in hybrid Audi A7 has an estimated electric-only range of 26 miles and a combined rating of 27 mpg.
Audi A7 Interior The A7's interior features beautiful materials and robust switchgear in addition to flawless fit and finish.
Every cabin of Audi A7 includes amenities including three-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, heated front seats, and leather seating.