2 February 2011
90-second verdict

Audi's new A7 Sportback is the company's rival for the Mercedes CLS. The 3.0-litre petrol unit tested here makes for rapid progress, although steering is too vague for our liking. Overall, the A7 is the most practical in its class, with plenty of space for passengers and luggage as well as a well thought out dahboard. Here, Vicky Parrott puts it to the test.

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2 February 2013

The Audi A7 is a great-looking and beautifully built car that’s superb at devouring motorway miles thanks to its stunning high-speed composure and impressive refinement. Smile Use of aluminium in the body keeps weight, and fuel consumption, down. Smile

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