2011 Audi A7 sportback is now available in Europe

by Adrian Hayden

The Audi A7 came to the dealerships in just 3 years since we first saw it at the Detroit Auto Show. The engines available for this car are 2 gasoline and one diesel. The smallest engine is a 2.8 liter V6 that puts out 204 BHP but has a fuel economy of just 8.0 liters per 100 km (29,4 mpg). If you want more power, Audi can give you a 2.0 TFSI engine that puts out 300 BHP and also has a small fuel economy: just 8.2 liter per 100 km. The last version has low CO2 emissions: 190 grams per km.

The diesel engine is a 3.0 TDI that develops 245 BHP and emits only 158 grams of CO2 per km. The price tag for the A7 Sportback is ranged at about EUR 51,650 and Audi hopes they will sell at least 200,000 units.

Peter Schwarzenbauer, Member of the Board for Sales and Marketing stated: “With the A7, we are delivering a real beauty and an entirely new concept that we feel the market has been waiting for. We expect roughly two-thirds of all buyers worldwide to be new customers, finding their way to Audi via the A7.” The A7 expands the Ingolstadt car makers’ range in the executive class. “It is the step-up model for the segment that includes the Audi A6, with which we are enjoying strong growth rates the world over.”

via: www.4wheelsnews.com

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