The Audi RS 7 Dynamic Edition Arrives This Summer

  • Ezekiel Wheeler

The Audi RS 7 Dynamic Edition will become Audi’s top sport coupe offering when it arrives in showrooms early this summer. Unveiled at this year’s New York International Auto Show, the RS 7 Dynamic Edition combines the performance of Audi’s 4.0-liter, 560 hp, turbo-fuel-stratified-injection V-8 engine with its hydraulically linked three-way adjustable DRC suspension and sport exhaust. The result is a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.7 seconds. The car—which is available in four exclusive exterior colors: Ibis White, Suzuka Gray Metallic, Daytona Gray Pearl, and Phantom Black Pearl—features 21-inch gloss-black wheels with red brake calipers. Carbon fiber is used for the splitter, diffuser, and engine cover. Inside, the black Valcona-leather seats have the RS-specific honeycomb stitch in crimson to match the safety belts. The same red stitching can be found on the gear-shifter boot, center console, and door armrests, and the cabin features carbon-fiber inlay. Pricing for the RS 7 Dynamic Edition starts at about $146,000. (www.audiusa.com)

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