Audi's A7 Sportback is now offered in quattro guise, which will cost from £41,675
12 July 2011

Audi has launched a quattro version of its Audi A7 Sportback 3.0-litre TDI, which will be available to order from August.

The 201bhp diesel engine gives the quattro A7 a 0-60mph sprint time of 7.2sec (compared with the front-driver’s 7.4sec sprint), a top speed of 146mph and 48.7mpg. Co2 emissions are 152g/km.

See pics of the Audi Q7 Sportback quattro

Audi’s new AWD configuration for the A7 will be mated to a seven-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmission.

Priced from £41,675, the new quattro driven Audi A7 features 18-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lamps, powered tailgate, Milano leather upholstery and sat-nav as standard.

Read our first drive review of the front-wheel-drive Audi A7 3.0-litre TDI

Higher up the list, SE adds Audi Parking System Plus with audible and diagrammatical parking aids, cruise control and heated seats.

Range-topping S-line models get 19-inch alloys, Valcona leather sports seats, styling tweaks and S-line suspension.

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