Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition Debuts at New York Auto Show

 Audi RS7 dynamic edition debuts at 2014 New York International Auto Show. Its arrival in showrooms of US will happen by early summer. MSRP including destination and delivery is $146,045.

“The Audi exclusive RS7 dynamic edition exemplifies just some of the personalization options that are possible through our Audi exclusive program”, said Filip Brabec, Director of Product Planning, Audi of America. “The combination of our most powerful RS model ever and the added customized elements make this a truly special car to drive and to behold.”

On exterior, the Audi RS7 dynamic edition received Tornado Red brake calipers with RS7 logo and 21-inch Gloss Black wheels. Other sides included of carbon fiber splitter, diffuser and carbon fiber engine cover. Customers can choose from four exterior colors: Ibis White, Suzuka Gray metallic, Daytona Gray pearl, Phantom Black pearl.

2014 Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition

The Audi exclusive RS7 dynamic edition combines performance with a DRC suspension that “utilizes three-stage adjustable dampers that are hydraulically cross-linked and integrated into the Audi drive select system along with the standard rear sport differential for maximum performance driving.”

Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition

On interiors, the Black Valcona leather seats are meshed with the RS specific honeycomb stitch in Crimson Red, matching the safety belts of the same color. Those same stitches can also be found running across dashboard, gear shifter boot, center and door armrests along with the center console. The Crimson Red accents are merged with the carbon fiber inlays that were amplifying the character of the car inside cabin thoroughly.

Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition Interior

The power to the Audi’s five-door coupe comes from a twin-turbo 4.0 Liter TFSI V8 engine, producing 560 hp making it to zip 0-60 mph in just 3.7 seconds.

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