The Audi RS7 is a massive high-performance hatchback sedan with bulging fenders and a roomy interior packed with luxury features.
The thrills are provided by a 591-hp twin-turbocharged V-8 coupled to an eight-speed automated transmission with standard all-wheel drive.
Despite weighing close to 5000 pounds, the Audi RS7 feels surprisingly agile for its size thanks to its rear-wheel steering system and excellent suspension.
There's always the 444-hp S7, which we assess separately, if this much power is too much.
The Audi RS7's hatchback body design makes it incredibly comfortable and even more useful.
Audi doesn't make any significant improvements to the 2023 RS7, although the optional Executive package now includes remote park assist plus and a black Dinamica headliner.
Consider the Black Optics package, which includes enormous 22-inch wheels with summer performance tyres and darkened exterior trim, for the most insane look possible.
Brilliant twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 engine powering an eight-speed automated transmission, 48-volt hybrid powertrain, and Quattro all-wheel drive.
The Audi RS7 is heavier than the previous generation model, which had a maximum output of 605 horsepower, due to all this technology.
Nevertheless, the RS7 we tested accelerated to 60 mph in just 3.0 seconds thanks to its 591 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.
The air suspension for the Audi RS7 2023 has adjustable settings for changing firmness levels.
Nevertheless, it seemed smooth regardless of the drive mode, especially when rolling on the 22-inch rims of our tester (21s are standard)
Due to the balanced chassis and the extra agility of its conventional rear-wheel steering system, it is particularly gratifying to turn into curves.
Despite not choosing the carbon-ceramic brakes, which would have lifted the Audi RS7's top speed from 155 to 190 mph,
Our nearly 5000-pound four-door came to a halt from 70 mph in an astounding 151 feet thanks to the standard stoppers.