The 2023 Audi RS7 is a high-performance hatchback sedan with a big mouth, fender flares, and a roomy interior full of all the luxury and high-tech features you’d expect in a super-sedan. With the help of standard all-wheel drive, the thrills come from a 591-hp twin-turbocharged V-8 that is attached to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The RS7 weighs almost 5000 pounds, but it feels surprisingly agile for its size thanks to its rear-wheel steering system and great suspension. If this much horsepower is too much, you can always go for the S7, which has 444 horsepower and is reviewed separately. The hatchback body style of the RS7 makes it both very comfortable and very useful. But even though the RS7 is as fast as big sedans like the BMW M5 Competition or Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing, it’s less exciting to drive than the big Bimmer or killer Caddy.
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What’s coming in 2023?
Audi doesn’t make any big changes to the 2023 RS7, but the Executive Package now comes with remote park assist plus and a black Dinamica headliner.
Prices and how to choose 2023 Audi RS7
Audi makes this easy because there is only one RS7 to choose from, and it comes with a lot of features, like all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and an air suspension system that can be adjusted. Consider getting the Black Optics package, which adds blacked-out exterior trim and big 22-inch wheels with summer performance tires for maximum craziness. We’d also choose the sports exhaust to get the best sound out of the V-8.
The engine, the transmission, and how it works
A brilliant twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 engine, a 48-volt hybrid system, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and Quattro all-wheel drive give the car its power. All of this technology makes the RS7 heavier than its predecessor, which had up to 605 horsepower. Still, the RS7 we tested had 591 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, so it went from 0 to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds. Want a little bit more “holy s**t!” acceleration? Try the BMW M5 Competition, which has 617 hp and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds. The RS7 has an air suspension that can be adjusted to change how stiff it is. But it felt smooth no matter what drive mode we used, even on our tester’s 22-inch wheels (21s are standard).
Thanks to its stable chassis and standard rear-wheel-steering system, it’s also fun to drive around corners. Its driving style can be described as “crazy fast” and “unfailingly comfortable.” Even though we didn’t get the carbon-ceramic brakes that would have raised its top speed from 155 to 190 mph, our nearly 5,000-pound four-door stopped from 70 mph in an impressive 151 feet with the standard brakes.
The Real Cost of Gas and MPG in the Real World
The EPA says that the powerful but thirsty RS7 gets 15 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway. It got 23 mpg in the real world on our 75-mph highway fuel economy route, which is part of our long list of tests. Visit the EPA’s website to learn more about the RS7’s gas mileage.
Cargo, Interior, and Comfort of 2023 Audi RS7
Even though the interior of the RS model is the same as that of the regular A7 and it has the same number of seats, it has some unique features and interesting options. The sturdy construction and high-end materials are obvious at first glance. Still, the RS7’s cabin has logos and other details that are unique to each trim. The standard front sport seats are covered in nice leather, but the leather can be upgraded and the cushions can be made to breathe. Depending on how the back seats are set up, they can fit two or three people. There are 19 cubic feet of space behind the back seats, and 49 cubic feet when the back seats are folded down.
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