A few days earlier Audi celebrated the world debut of Audi RS7, yet another addition to its athletic RS line. The powerful coupe inherits its body design from the prevalent Audi A7 model. It is touted with a twin turbocharged, 4.0-liter, V8 powermill, the same engine that is housed in RS6 Avant. The V8 engine churns 552bhp with 700Nm of peak torque. The mill has been mated with an 8-speed automatic transmission that delivers the torque to all the four wheels following Audi's Quattro mechanism. Loaded with this powerful engine, this sporty elegance can accelerate a from standstill to 100 kmph in just 3.9-seconds. The coupe at the front facia is adorned with RS specific honeycomb grille that proudly holds up Audi's signature rings, making it all the more luxurious outside. It has been complemented with stylish LED headlamps. The front air dams are big enough that provides handsome air transition for the mill. The coupe has loads of carbon fibre at its various parts, the air intakes on front are made up of carbon fibre, the ORVM's get carbon fibre diffusers and even at the rear part that gives a real sporty look to RS7. The exciting coupe seems quite luxurious inside. It has a driver oriented design for the cabin with the interiors incorporating RS7 specific gadgets. The steering wheel is padded for an excellent grip and is embossed with Audi rings on it. Moreover the driver information panel is very clear and specific and comes with the RS design logo on it. The seats are huge with sporty honeycomb design on them. With incredible speed, the urge for a powerful controlling system originates, and that is the reason that this coupe is developed with a high performance braking system. It comprises of RS specific blade brakes with black callipers. The wheels meanwhile, are controlled by optional ceramic brakes on the front and rear end of the car.