The Audi A7 Sportback Concept Sedan was introduced in 2009 and offers a powerful statement of modern luxury. Its sharp, edgy lines were designed to draw attention, while its matrix grille and angular headlights bring a distinct look to the exterior. Its modern look is further punctuated with 19-inch alloy wheels and chrome-trimmed windows. The A7s sleek, sporty coupe-like body is aerodynamic, reducing lift and total wind resistance, allowing for a smooth, quiet ride. It has clean, parallel lines, a wide stance, and a fastback profile, giving it an aggressive look and making it stand out on the road. The interior of the A7 is just as impressive, offering a combination of serene luxury and high-tech features. The sophisticated dashboard features air suspensions, a heads-up display, and customizable ambient lighting. The comfortable, heated leather seats offer generous space for five passengers. The touchscreeen MMI system includes Bluetooth, navigation, and audio streaming, making it easy to stay connected. The A7 offers a variety of performance features, including an advanced air suspension and an advanced Quattro all-wheel-drive system that gives the driver maximum control and stability in all conditions. The A7 is also equipped with an impressive 4.0-liter V8 engine, giving it an impressive 366 horsepower. Thanks to its advanced powertrain and cutting-edge technology, the A7 Sportback Concept Sedan 2009 is able to deliver an enjoyable, confident ride.
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