Facelifted Audi A7 spied once more

by SpeedLux

Recently some of the spy photographers have managed to capture the photos with the upcoming facelift that Audi is planning for the A7 Sportback.

The mildly facelifted Audi A7 is likely to carry most of the styling updates seen in the recently facelifted A8, along with the matrix LED headlights which will likely become available on many future high-end Audis. Most of the changes can be noticed in the front fascia where there will be a more sculpted hood, revised grille and a redesigned bumper. At the rear the only changes that can be noticed include the taillight graphics and the angular exhaust tips.

There are chances that the engine lineup will be carried over from the current model but with the updates implemented in the flagship A8. There could be a newly developed V6 TDI 3.0-liter engine with an estimated output of 258 HP (190 kW) but this engine hasn’t been confirmed by the Ingolstadt company yet.

Nothing officially confirmed but the chances are that the Audi A7 Sportback will be unveiled either in March in Geneva Motor Show or later this year at the Paris Motor Show in October.

Have a look at picture gallery.

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Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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