Audi has published prices for the most expensive version of the RS7 Sportback 2021

Audi has published prices for the most expensive version of the RS7 Sportback 2021

June 22, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

On the official website of the automaker, the most expensive version of the Audi RS7 Sportback 2021 model year has become available. The price for it is $ 152,445

Audi USA not only launched the online configurator for its high-performance station wagon RS6 Avant 2021 model year, but also did the same for its “brother.” We are talking about the RS7 Sportback, the starting price for which is 114,000 dollars.

As for the “hot” station wagon, the new RS7 Sportback comes with one free Nardo Gray body color, and all the rest require an increase in cost, for example, the Sebring Black Crystal shade costs $ 1,075. Well, Audi Exclusive body paint is offered for $ 3,900. The most expensive set of 22-inch wheels Carbon Optic costs $ 6,650.

A few words about the cabin, for 1,500 dollars, you get comfortable seats with Valcona leather upholstery, with front seats that are adjustable in 18 positions and have a memory seat.

They also offer powerful lumbar adjustment and massage function for maximum comfort. For an additional $ 500, Audi will be happy to add carbon inserts to the interior to complement the aforementioned look of the Carbon Optic.

Buy an additional “package” of Gray Ceramic Brake worth $ 8,500 , you will receive a ceramic brake system, in addition, the maximum speed of the car rises to 306 km / h. A “package” of driver assistance costs $ 2,250. It includes security systems: Audi Side Assist, rear of Audi Pre Sense, traffic sign recognition, active lane support, intersection assistance and adaptive cruise control with forecasting function. If you select all the possible options for the Audi RS7 Sportback 2021 model year, the price tag will increase to 152,445 dollars.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote about the Audi RS7 Sportback 2020 with almost 1000 hp. The video published by the tuning company HGP shows how a modernized version of an already powerful German car can accelerate to 363.63 km / h.