2013 Audi S7 Prestige - 5 Door Hatchback - Loaded! on 2040-cars
Austin, Texas, United States
Transmission:DL501 seven-speed wet dual-clutch transmission
Body Type:5 Door Hatchback
Engine:420 hp TFSI V8 engine
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: Turbocharged V8
Trim: S7 Prestige 5 Door Hatchback
Drive Type: 7-speed S-Tronic transmission quattro all-wheel
Options: Sunroof, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, Convertible
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags
Sub Model: S7 Prestige Hatchback
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Black
Warranty: Vehicle has an existing warranty
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
Full Warranty! Bought new for over $92,000 < 3 months ago.
This is the 2013 Audi S7, not the A7. Ebay Motors doesn't have a selling selection for the S7, so I chose the closest thing. Find full details on this supercar at http://www.audiusa.com/models/audi-s7.
Impeccable style and a thirst for performance, the Audi S7
The 2013 Audi S7 is a performance car engineered to heighten every moment of the drive. Underneath the muscular and distinctive coupe-like exterior is a 420 hp TFSI® V8 engine, with S7 tuned Audi adaptive air suspension, and an optimized version of Audi quattro® all-wheel drive with sport differential. It all results in one thing, making you feel the excitement of the drive.
Warranty | Maintenance
Warranty - 4-Year/50,000 mile new vehicle limited warranty
Maintenance - 12-Month/5,000 mile (whichever occurs first) NO CHARGE first scheduled maintenance
The S7 uses an engine based on the V-8 that was first seen in the 2012 A8. It's a very compact package, the turbos tucked in the engine's 90-degree vee with the exhaust ports in the heads' inside, the intakes on the outside. At 4.0 liters, the new direct-injected powerplant produces 420 bhp, with 406 lb-ft of torque on a plateau that stretches from 1400 to 5200 rpm. This compares to the 310 bhp and 325 lb-ft supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 in the A7. The 0-60 time comes in at 4.7 seconds, about a second quicker than the A7.
Fuel economy is improved, and when you're cruising at light throttle, electronics shut down cylinders 2-3-5-8. To combat any untoward noise and vibration from the shutdown, Audi has included active noise control through the sound system and active engine mounts.
Nail the throttle, take a quick breath while the turbos spool up and the S is on its way to 60 and beyond, which is officially set at 155 mph.
Four-zone automatic climate control
Three-spoke multifunction sport steering wheel with shift paddles
Power tilt and telescopic adjustable steering column with memory
Power windows with one-touch up/down operation and pinch protection
Decorative interior inlays1
Safety | Security
Driver and front passenger dual-stage airbags, knee airbags, thorax side airbags and Sideguard® head curtain airbags2
Front passenger occupant detection—for airbags
Power central locking system with safety unlock feature if airbags deploy
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-pressure Distribution (EBD) and brake assist
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with traction control (ASR)
Tire pressure monitoring system
Safety belt reminder for driver and front passenger
Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH) in rear seats
Electromechanical parking brake
Infotainment | Technology
Audi MMI® Navigation plus with voice control system3
Audi MMI® touch with handwriting-recognition technology
Audi connect® with six-month trial subscription4
BOSE® sound system with 14 speakers, AudioPilot® noise compensation and 630 watts
Color driver information system
HD Radio™ Technology
SiriusXM Satellite Radio with 90-day trial subscription5
SiriusXM Traffic with four-year subscription5
Audi music interface with iPod® integration
BLUETOOTH® wireless technology preparation for mobile phone
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)
Audi advanced key—keyless start, stop and entry6
Parking system plus with rear view camera
Audi drive select
Rain/light sensor for automatic windshield wipers and headlights
Audi Singleframe® grille
Adaptive xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running light technology
LED taillight technology and rear fog lights
Power-adjustable, auto-dimming, heated exterior side mirrors with memory
Quad exhaust outlets
Power tailgate open/close
Adaptive rear spoiler
LED indicator light technology integrated into the exterior side mirrors
Heated windshield washer nozzles
Audi S exterior appearance (Platinum Gray Matte Audi Singleframe® grille, unique front/rear fascia and side sills, Aluminum-optic front/rear blade fins and exterior side mirror housings)
Technology that adapts to you
The S7 comes equipped with intelligent technologies for the perfect drive. Audi MMI® touch gives you control of the cockpit at the swipe of a finger. Audi connect® with Google Earth™ 3D satellite imagery provides weather, news, and a Wi-Fi hotspot for passengers.* And Audi drive select helps personalize the drive. This is the ultimate technology for the ultimate drive.
High performance design
With muscular lines and diamond-stitched bolstered sport seating, the Audi S7 has the design cues to match its performance. That performance is matched with an obsessive elegance including a wraparound dash that envelops the cockpit, plus adjustable LED ambient lighting and natural fine grain wood inlays that add depth and style. This is a car that's been designed for high performance driving.
Adaptive air suspension, electromechanical steering, electronic stability control, diamond stitch upholstery
Night vision assistant with pedestrian detection
Audi side assist and Audi active lane assist
Corner view camera system
Audi pre sense plus–includes Audi pre sense rear
Camera and/or distance sensor (driver assistance system)
Power–folding, power–adjustable, auto–dimming, heated side mirrors with memory
Audi adaptive cruise control with stop & go
20" 5–parallel–spoke star design with 265/35 summer performance tires
Dash and Door Inserts
Carbon Atlas inlay
Black with Silver contrast stitching Valcona leather seats with sport stitched-diamond look
Innovation Package - $5,650
Adaptive cruise control; Audi pre sense plus collision warning systemfeatures: seat belt activation and brake assist; Brake assist with preview; Audi Side Assist overtaking sensor; Electric foldable mirrors; Night vision; Front cam&radar parking distance sensors, rear cam&radar parking distance sensors, side camera parking distance sensors; 360 degree parking camera; Blind junction view; Parking assistance: guidance display for front parking and rear parking
Rear Side Airbags - $350
Rear side airbag
Carbon Atlas Inlays - $500
Carbon fiber trim
20" 5-Parallel-Spoke-Star-Design Wheels with 255/35 Summer Tires - $1,000
Front and rear alloy wheels: 20" x 8.5"; Front and rear 255/35-20 and summer tires
LED Headlights with LED DRLs - $1,400
Headlights: LED with complex surface lenses; LED headlights
Audi A7 for Sale
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Sat, 01 Jun 2013 11:01:00 EST
Back in March, Volkswagen AG CEO Martin Winterkorn voiced his doubts about the cost and infrastructure associated with building hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, but according to Autocar, that isn't stopping Audi from developing a fuel-cell version of the Audi A7. While we're inclined to take this report with a grain of salt, this wouldn't be the first time a VW executive has made seemingly damning statements about electric powertrains that later proved to be incorrect.
Tue, 01 Apr 2014 12:00:00 EST
After speaking with Audi technical chief Wolfgang Dürheimer, Autocar reports that Audi is building a fuel cell A7 that is expected to be ready for testing by August. Like the electric E-Tron and natural-gas-powered G-Tron models, the hydrogen fuel cell Audis could, if produced, carry their own "tron" nomenclature.
Drivers are either droptop people or they're not. As most usually aren't - at least as far as the willingness to buy one is concerned - all convertibles tend to remain strictly niche cars. Thus, automakers must ask a noticeably higher price for them.
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 19:57:00 EST
The Audi S3 Cabriolet is about as niche as you can get in the open daylight of mainstream automaking. Of course, the S3 cab doesn't really need to sell in big volumes; it exists because it's an easy and not too costly bit of flair for the company. In the US, this model would probably base out at around $44,000 if it were to join our fleet, which is problematic, as I'll soon explore.
In what may be a sign that Audi is essentially okay with all this, it had me up to central Sweden to twist around on the snow and ice in the open S3. The grounds ended up offering precious little ice and snow, so I drove the two-door ragtop on dusty, thawing Scandinavian roads. This was a blessing really, since ice driving in a cabrio - even a Quattro one - doesn't really reveal much of anything about such a car in its typical day-to-day life.
You can hardly blame Audi for its decision to finally bring its Q3 compact crossover to America, even though it's been on sale in other global markets since 2012. CUVs of all stripes are red hot, and the number of players in the US entry-level premium segment is mushrooming. Rapidly growing Audi simply can't afford to be left out of the discussion in favor of vehicles like the BMW X1, Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, and even small near-luxury entries like the Buick Encore, if only because capturing these customers could result in subsequent sales of more profitable models down the road.
Audi evidently intends to attract these new, younger customers by spoiling them in decidedly unGermanic fashion: by offering lots of standard equipment. Peruse the spec sheet on base models from rivals and you'll see things like manually adjusted faux leather seats, conventional projector headlamps, and little in the way of frills. By comparison, the 2015 Q3 comes with an embarrassment of standard features, including heated and power-articulated leather seats, panoramic moonroof, Xenon headlamps with LED accents and keyless start.
First impressions of the four-cylinder, 200-horsepower Q3 revealed here at the Detroit Auto Show are very positive, with a rakish (if overly familiar) shape and a fair amount of utility with up to 48.2 cubic feet of storage with the rear seats folded. If Audi can price the Q3 similarly to the entry-level BMW X1 sDrive28i ($31,825 delivered) when it arrives this fall, we think it'll sell like hotcakes - just like its Q5 big brother.