2011 Audi A7 Review

Expect two-door, four-door and convertible versions of the new A7 - and the Audi and Porsche to "live together perfectly" in the Volkswagen group - whose comments from Audi sales and marketing is a guide .

Audi board member Peter Schwarzenbauer, who was in Australia yesterday for the opening of its new $ 50 million headquarters in Sydney, said the two-door A5 coupe, convertible and future of the program five-door Sportback model has probably was repeated by the A6-A7 base that arise as a concept at this year's Salon and Detroit Motor because of the worldwide release in 2011.

He also confirmed that there would be a successor to the original A2, which was a small sedan relatively expensive alloy body is not sold in Australia, may be based on the upcoming A1 micro-car.

"If you look at our current lineup, we announced that we'll put the A1 (y) if you are looking for the A1 and A3 there is still a gap (y) the A6 and A8 makes a place where we could look at something, then there is areas where we see potential.

"I think we proved (in the range A5) there is great potential and creativity of our engineers, so I think we can expect some variation of A2 and A7 in the future, without going into details right now," he said. .

Mr. Schwarzenbauer confirmed the commitment to expand the current Audi line-up of 1932 models of the world's largest from 1940 to 2015, ie eight new Audi models to be launched in the next six years.

Pogea Racing has revealed its plan for the Audi A7. The Audi A7 Sportback is a hatchback car cutting premium produced by Audi, and the coupe variant of the 4 th generation (C7) Audi A6 with platform sharing, while unusual for a coupe was introduced by A7 (C7) A6 . Announced at the Art Museum Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich July 27, 2010 and made his debut at the Paris Motor Show 2010. The A7 was preceded by a concept car, the Audi Sportback concept shown at Detroit Motor Show 2009. [1]. A7 marked the return of Audi Audi coupe market since the direction (C1) 100 Coupé.

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