The dark looks of the Audi RS6 Avant from 2020 stand out. The massive grille, flanked by equally large air intakes, which are under the slotted headlamps, is a menacing appearance that we would not like to see in our rearview mirror. Francesco D & # 39; Amore, the exterior designer of the Audi RS6 Avant, named the new RS6 Avant "Dark Vader". While referring to the changes in the RS6 compared to the regular offer, he also describes his looks aptly. The sinister appearance of the RS6 Avant brought Gabe Florido, CEO and founder of CarLifestyle.com to apply the design of the Avant to the larger Audi RS7.
The Audi RS7 carries the angular design remarkably well. The front end looks wide and is ready to devour unsuspecting highway bumps. The bright color of the RS7 in the rendering makes the front-end design appear much more angular than the dark RS6 Avant we've seen so far, but it does not make it look bad in any way. The RS7 rendering features subtle design lines along the side, as well as the same side skirts and wild-looking wheels.
The rendering comes as Audi prepares to launch a series of RS model debuts before the end of the year, and the RS7 is said to be one of those debuts. This would be an excellent substitute for those who desire the appearance of the RS6 Avant in limousine body shape, since the likelihood of using an RS6 sedan is low. When Audi prepares a brand new RS7 with the look of the RS6 Avant, the above rendering is our best ever look at the next RS7 from Audi.
When the RS7 takes on the appearance of the RS6 Avant, it's likely to become the Avant's dual-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V8 engine use that produces 591 hp (441 kilowatts) and 800 Nm of torque. A sprint to 100 kilometers per hour takes 3.6 seconds.
The RS7 rendering is great and gives us an idea of how the design translates to other Audi models. If the next RS7 looks half as good as the rendering, we look forward to the upcoming Audi Super Saloon.
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Source: Gabe Florido, CarLifestyle.com