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Audi’s all new S7 sports the V8 engine on its debut in the ‘11 Frankfurt Motor Show





The Audi’s jaunty sports liftback A7 model made its debut in the 2010 summer and this Ingolstadt based has made changes to the model and enhanced it with a high profile as to wear a ‘S’ badge and further next on the line to produce an even more brave model for the firm which is the all famous RS moniker.

Perhaps the wait is still on as with the RS7, however the S7 seems be on the final stages of production as it caught on camera on the roads of Germany while making one of its test drives. Though the RS range from Audi seems to be flashy and dashing, the ‘S’ brand is not very obvious in the crowd. It is indeed surprising that the only noticeable feature of its prototype model except for the aero package from S-Line, is quoted, to have been added on all the A7 models are the exhaust pipes that are four in number at its rear.


The secret under the hood of S7 from Audi is its spanking new 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 engine from Volkswagen Group’s. On its design phase, it was actually quoted that the S7, which is a agile liftback model, is to get a altered version of V6 engine that is TFSI supercharged with the capacity of 3.0 liter or the V6 engine that is FSI with the capacity of 4.2 liters. The new engine for the Volkswagen group has been recently introduced in the Bentley Continental GT. The S7 is to sport the V8 engine that is force fed in delivering a horse power of 400. This same engine is to be fitted along with an extra boost in the RS7 version, if Audi is to drop its idea of the V10 engine from Lamborghini.

All new S7 from Audi is to make its world premiere at this fall on the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.

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