2018 Audi RS 7 Sportback Release Date – Audi RS7 is one car that is quite fast, but obviously he is not the first name that is present when talking about the drag race. However, it turns out, Russia has a different opinion about this, which is why they are coming with the fastest Audi RS7 in the world.
2018 Audi RS 7 Engine
The latest Audi RS7 is a high performance version of the A7 Sportback. A twin-turbo V8 TFSI 4.0-liter engine, the Audi RS78 Sportback is claimed to produce 553 bhp and 71.38 kgm of torque, combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission. This machine is similar to that used in the Audi S6 (which was launched last year) as well as Bentley Continental GT, but with more power and torque.
It is a natural thing when the police of developed countries use a sophisticated car in carrying out security duties. Australia one of them, this kangaroo country equip the police who are tasked with bringing in Audi RS7 Sportback.
Audi RS 7 0-60
The German-based automotive manufacturer also claims that the latest Audi RS7 can reach 0-100 kph in 3.9 seconds, and can be driven up to a maximum speed of 250 kph. Like all RS models, the Audi RS7 is also equipped with Quattro four-wheel-drive system, with a sporty design on the exterior that distinguishes it from the standard Audi A7.
The title was awarded on a quarter-mile basis, with this five-door coupe performing a pretty good stunt during Stage 5 of the Russian Drag Racing Championship, which was recently held in the Crimea.
Audi RS7 record time of 10.1 seconds on the track 402 m, making it the fastest RS7 in the world. To achieve this he is upgraded with APR Total Race Stage 2. As a result, the twin-turbo 4.0 liter V8 engine power immersed in the hood can rise from 560 Hp to 750 Hp. In addition, there is no dual-clutch S-Tronic gearbox here, because the ZF 8-speed automatic gearbox can overcome the big torque.
Audi RS7 Sportback itself will be tasked to enliven the community and youth programs. However, that does not mean this car is not reliable to be driven to pursue criminals.
That way, the car from the German manufacturer will join the ranks of other popular cars. Previously Australian police have owned cool cars from several manufacturers. Among them are Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe, Lexus RC F, Volvo S60 Polestar, and Porsche 911 Carrera.